ItÆs been feared for years; the possibility of the Baltimore Ravens establishing an offense to go along with their dominating defense that has been a staple in Charm City for a decade.
One-fourth into the 2009 season: fears realized. The Ravens have one of the most potent offenses in the NFL right now. And hereÆs a scarier thought: The Ravens still have plenty of room for improvement.
Dominating wins over bad teams like Cleveland and Kansas City and a close-but-crucial victory over San Diego have the Ravens tied for the division lead with Cincinnati. And despite some costly turnovers and penalties, the Ravens had a chance to beat New England lateùno easy task in Foxboro.
ThereÆs still plenty of football to be played. But Baltimore has set a tone that, barring injur ...
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Article written by Geoff Peckham