The Baltimore Ravens are expected to contend this year. If anything, they look like a good bet to grab one of the final two spots as a Wild Card team. One thing people claim to be a weakness on this team is the wide receiving core. The Ravens have just four receivers, as they cut Eron Riley, Justin Harper, and Yamon Figurs, and decided to keep Derrick Mason, Mark Clayton, Kelley Washington, and Demetrius Williams. You have to figure that core is going to catch some criticism. Mason is very productive, but 35 years old. Clayton is inconsistent. Williams has the tools, but can't stay healthy. Washington hasn't really proven much and is nothing more than a No. 5 on most teams. And the "analysts" who reside in Bristol, CT (ESPN) point this out to be a major weakness. Really? That logic certain ...
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