Ravens Secondary a Primary Concern

Posted: 21st September 2009 by Geoff Peckham in NFL
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OK, the Ravens can score points. That much is clear. They can run the ball, pass the ball, protect the passer and look good doing it, too. They can also stop to run and rush the passer with the same elite finesse they have for years. But no team is perfect. Despite a strong 2-0 start, it’s abundantly clear that the Ravens need to improve in their pass coverage. San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers shredded the Ravens secondary for 436 yards in the second game of the year. A week earlier, they gave up 177 yards to the lowly Brodie Croyle in their home opener. It’s early in the season, but the Ravens cannot hope to remain a contender in the AFC, let alone for the Super Bowl, if they continue to give up big plays down the field. Tom Brady, Carson Palmer, Peyton Manning, J ...

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