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Steelers Fan Playa Hatin’ Round 1 Results: No. 1 Burfict vs No. 16 Wallace

Steelers Fan Playa Hatin’ Round 1 Results: No. 1 Burfict vs No. 16 Wallace

The results for the first matchup are in. If you are surprised, then I want to sell you real estate. BTSC is searching for the ultimate recipient of the hatred of Steeler Nation. As expected, Vontaze Burfict is the overwheming vote getter over former Steeler and current Raven Mike Wallace. People on the comment board were furious that a handful of people actually voted for Wallace. I was even accused of voting for Wallace to keep it close. We had a visit from a non trolling Ravens fan that voiced his distaste for the Bengal. In fact, he actually roots for Pittsburgh when they play Cincy....
Baltimore Beatdown Jun 15, 2017
Joe Flacco labeled best Ravens candidate for 2018 MVP

Joe Flacco labeled best Ravens candidate for 2018 MVP

Sound reasoning NFL.com recently posted their MVP candidates of every team, for 2018. Their Baltimore Ravens candidate, none other than quarterback Joe Flacco. Joe Flacco, QB, Baltimore Ravens: If Flacco is going to win this, he'll need a lot of help. With Dennis Pitta (86 catches last season) gone and one of the weakest running games in pro football (91.4 yards per game, 28th in the NFL), will Mike Wallace, Breshad Perriman or recent signee Jeremy Maclin provide it? On the other hand, if Baltimore wins the AFC North and Flacco throws for 4,600 yards, how could he not be NFL MVP? —...
Russell Street Report Jun 15, 2017

Maclin Excels At All Three Levels

When Steve Smith Sr. announced his retirement, the Baltimore Ravens were left with a major void at wide receiver. In 2016, Mike Wallace had some explosive plays, and Breshad Perriman started to show some glimpses of what made him a … The post Maclin Excels At All Three Levels appeared first on Baltimore Ravens News | Russell Street Report.
Russell Street Report Jun 13, 2017

Jeremy Maclin’s New Contract

Could Decker be on Deck? Jeremy Maclin has signed a 2-year deal with the Ravens and will join a receiving corps that currently includes Mike Wallace, Breshad Perriman, Chris Moore and Michael Campanaro, among others. The deal is a relatively … The post Jeremy Maclin’s New Contract appeared first on Baltimore Ravens News | Russell Street Report.
Baltimore Beatdown Jun 12, 2017
Where does Jeremy Maclin fit into the Ravens offense?

Where does Jeremy Maclin fit into the Ravens offense?

The Ravens just got huge news as wide receiver Jeremy Maclin agreed to sign with the team. Baltimore truly needed wide receiver help, and they have acquired it. Now that Maclin will be wearing purple and black, what will his role look like on the field? For much of his career, Maclin has been an outside receiver and he has thrived in that role. In Baltimore, that will more than likely be the role that he continues to play. That then gives the Ravens three receivers that have the potential to be starters on the outside, Mike Wallace, Maclin, and Breshad Perriman. To me, Perriman will be...
Baltimore Beatdown Jun 3, 2017
NFL Writer Marc Sessler pins Breshad Perriman as a 2017 X-Factor

NFL Writer Marc Sessler pins Breshad Perriman as a 2017 X-Factor

We do too! The Ravens are relying heavily on a very weak wideout unit. The hope, both between the Baltimore Ravens front office and all Charm City fans, is Breshad Perriman will blow up for a dominant season. NFL Writer Marc Sessler also believes Breshad can become a 2017 Under-the-radar X-factor. Ravens wideout Breshad Perriman After using their entire draft to bolster the defense and O-line, Baltimore's biggest questions hover around the skill-position groups. The backfield lacks an unquestioned workhorse, and the receiving corps is filled with underwhelming names beyond Mike Wallace and...
Baltimore Beatdown Jun 3, 2017
NFL Network’s Gregg Rosenthal outlines Ravens biggest weakness

NFL Network’s Gregg Rosenthal outlines Ravens biggest weakness

No team is perfect NFL Network’s Around the NFL Editor Gregg Rosenthal released an article where he identifies each teams biggest weakness, and his take on the Ravens is not too surprising. Here are his thoughts on Baltimore’s current roster. “ The Ravens have too many get by positions. As in, "We can get by at running back once Kenneth Dixon returns from suspension and if Danny Woodhead is healthy." Or, "Breshad Perriman and Mike Wallace can help us get by at wide receiver, where we have zero depth, if Perriman's OTA buzz translates." Or even, "We can get by with four backup tight...

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