Baltimore Ravens Depth Chart 2019 Ravens Depth Chart

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The Baltimore Ravens headed into the offseason with some very important questions to answer. What was going to happen with the quarterback situation? How much do we spend to keep our veterans? Which free agents do we like in free agency to tender them a contract? While many may have expected the 10-6 Ravens to spend more money and improve their team this year, management did the opposite and decided to save some cash. They shipped out Super Bowl QB Joe Flacco to Denver to end the quarterback ambiguity and let their veteran players go to all new teams. The free agent acquisitions were nice but on paper, don’t quite match what was given up.

Offense Depth Chart

Quarterback QB
Aaron Bailey A. Bailey (4)
68
#85 QB
Running Back RB
Gus Edwards G. Edwards (2)
66
#164 RB
71
#123 RB
Left Wide Receiver LWR
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Jaleel Scott J. Scott (6)
65
#343 WR
Right Wide Receiver RWR
Tight End TE
Left Wide Receiver LWR
Tight End TE
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Jaleel Scott J. Scott (6)
65
#343 WR
Right Wide Receiver RWR
Quarterback QB
Aaron Bailey A. Bailey (4)
68
#85 QB
Running Back RB
Gus Edwards G. Edwards (2)
66
#164 RB
71
#123 RB

Defense Depth Chart

Defensive Tackle DT
Nose Tackle NT
Defensive End DE
Zach Sieler Z. Sieler (2)
66
#178 DE
Rushing Linebacker RUSH
Weakside Linebacker WLB
Chris Board C. Board (1)
66
#103 OLB
Middle Linebacker MLB
Kenny Young K. Young (2)
68
#96 ILB
Alvin Jones A. Jones (3)
69
#51 ILB
Strongside Linebacker SLB
83
#16 OLB
76
#61 OLB
Left Cornerback LCB
Tavon Young T. Young (2)
77
#85 CB
Anthony Averett A. Averett (3)
68
#197 CB
Free Safety FS
Deshon Elliott D. Elliott (2)
69
#62 FS
Bennett Jackson B. Jackson (3)
69
#124 FS
Right Cornerback RCB
Defensive Tackle DT
Nose Tackle NT
Defensive End DE
Zach Sieler Z. Sieler (2)
66
#178 DE
Rushing Linebacker RUSH
Weakside Linebacker WLB
Chris Board C. Board (1)
66
#103 OLB
Middle Linebacker MLB
Kenny Young K. Young (2)
68
#96 ILB
Alvin Jones A. Jones (3)
69
#51 ILB
Strongside Linebacker SLB
83
#16 OLB
76
#61 OLB
Left Cornerback LCB
Tavon Young T. Young (2)
77
#85 CB
Anthony Averett A. Averett (3)
68
#197 CB
Free Safety FS
Deshon Elliott D. Elliott (2)
69
#62 FS
Bennett Jackson B. Jackson (3)
69
#124 FS
Right Cornerback RCB
Defense Depth Chart (3-4)
Position POS
Defensive Tackle DT
Nose Tackle NT
Defensive End DE
Rushing Linebacker RUSH
Weakside Linebacker WLB
Middle Linebacker MLB
Strongside Linebacker SLB
Left Cornerback LCB
Strong Safety SS
Free Safety FS
Right Cornerback RCB

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Offense Depth Chart Stats

RBs
Player Rating
Mark Ingram M. Ingram
87
Gus Edwards G. Edwards
66
Kenneth Dixon K. Dixon
78
Justice Hill J. Hill
71
Patrick Ricard P. Ricard
76
Tyler Ervin T. Ervin
62
De'Lance Turner D. Turner
69
Chris Ezeala C. Ezeala
66
Running Backs Stats Receiving Rushing
Player Rating Depth Snaps/Game Fumbles Targets Receptions Yards YPC Long TD Attempts Yards Long TD YPC YPG
Mark Ingram M. Ingram
87
RB 1 RB 1
Gus Edwards G. Edwards
66
RB 2 RB 2
Kenneth Dixon K. Dixon
78
RB 3 RB 3
Justice Hill J. Hill
71
RB 4 RB 4
Patrick Ricard P. Ricard
76
RB 5 RB 5
Tyler Ervin T. Ervin
62
RB 6 RB 6
De'Lance Turner D. Turner
69
RB 7 RB 7
Chris Ezeala C. Ezeala
66
RB 8 RB 8
Offensive Line Stats
Player Rating Depth Position Position Snaps/Game
Matt Skura M. Skura
75
C 1 C
Jermaine Eluemunor J. Eluemunor
66
LG 1 G
Ronnie Stanley R. Stanley
84
LT 1 OT
Marshal Yanda M. Yanda
92
RG 1 G
Orlando Brown O. Brown
78
RT 1 OT
Bradley Bozeman B. Bozeman
65
C 2 C
Darrell Williams D. Williams
65
RG 2 G
James Hurst J. Hurst
74
RT 2 OT
Ben Powers B. Powers
75
LG 2 G
Greg Senat G. Senat
67
LT 2 OT
Isaiah Williams I. Williams
70
RG 3 G
Randin Crecelius R. Crecelius
65
C 3 C
RJ Prince R. Prince
65
RT 3 OT
C.J. Toogood C. Toogood
76
LG 3 G
Marcus Applefield M. Applefield
75
LT 3 OT
Patrick Mekari P. Mekari
71
OL 16 OT
Patrick Vahe P. Vahe
75
OL 17 G

Defense Depth Chart Stats

Team Defense Rating
Baltimore Ravens Ravens
78
Team Defense Rating Pts Allowed/Game Yards Allowed/Game Pass Yards Allowed/Game Rush Yards Allowed/Game Sacks Fumbles INT
Baltimore Ravens
78
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Special Teams Rating
Baltimore Ravens Ravens
0
Special Teams Rating Kick Return TDs Punt Return TDs Field Goal Blocked Punt Blocked Extra Point Blocked TDs
Baltimore Ravens
0
0 0 0 0 0 0
Kickers Rating
Justin Tucker J. Tucker
88
Kickers Rating Depth Position Points Field Goals Made Field Goal % Made Long Extra Points Made 0-19 FG Attempted/Made 20-29 FG Attempted/Made 30-39 FG Attempted/Made 40-49 FG Attempted/Made 50+ Attempted/Made
Justin Tucker J. Tucker
88
K 1
Punters Rating
Sam Koch S. Koch
84
Kaare Vedvik K. Vedvik
68
Punters Rating Depth Position
Sam Koch S. Koch
84
P 1
Kaare Vedvik K. Vedvik
68
PK 2

Preseason Analysis: Ravens Starters Will Be Tested

What to expect from Lamar Jackson in Year 2?

Lamar Jackson’s rookie season was fairly impressive as he replaced Joe Flacco, a once beloved quarterback who won the Ravens a Super Bowl, and became the talk in Baltimore. He threw for 1,201 yards and 6 TDs though became known as a dominant dual threat QB. On the ground, he ran for 695 yards and 5 TDs and has the makings of the next Cam Newton. Though the Ravens did go 10-6 last year, the incumbent Flacco wasn’t to thank as Jackson actually led the team to a 6-1 personal record in his 7 starts. 

This year, I’d expect Jackson to be similarly impressive in his game after now being accustomed to NFL defenses. He should hopefully become more accurate after completing only 58.2% of his passes though his legs will surely help mitigate some of that. If he can manage to become a more accurate passer, Jackson will become known as the next big dual threat quarterback and has a chance to enter the top 15-20 range of QBs.  

Losing multiple key pieces

As mentioned earlier, Baltimore decided to save their bank this summer in free agency and that might end up hurting them. However, while they did let a bunch of talent go, deciding to keep them would’ve likely forced an overpay that might hurt the team even more. Among those to go wer C.J. Mosley, Eric Weddle, Terrell Suggs, and Za’Darius Smith. While very productive and capable leaders for this Ravens team, these guys were fairly expensive to keep around and letting them go was a hard, but smart choice.

 

Mosley was a defensive quarterback at the linebacking spot but when the Jets decided to offer him a 5 year, $85 million contract it was time to let him go. The same goes for Smith who inked a 4 year, $66 million contract with the Packers. He too was a great player but with that much money tied to a new contract, the Ravens let him depart. Terrell Suggs wasn’t too expensive but for an aging player and a position they could replace at the draft, $7 million was just too much for Baltimore. The only different case goes to Weddle who signed for 2 years at $10.5 million. That’s not too much for a productive safety who seemingly never depreciates his value. However, Baltimore did spend a bit of money at the safety spot and having two pricey players at the same position didn’t make sense. 

What does Earl Thomas bring to the team?

Enter Earl Thomas who signed a 4 year, $55 million contrat to join the Ravens after spending his entire career with the Seahawks. He’ll bring a fierce mentality to baltimore as a safety known for breaking up passes and securing several interceptions per season. He’s a leader in the locker room and as a veteran, will bring a great attitude for the younger guys to follow. 

After falling out of Seattle’s favor, Thomas gets a fresh start in Baltimore and will be a great addition for the Ravens. When healthy, he’s regarded as one of the best at his position. While it might take time to learn the new defense, there’s no doubt Thomas is up for that challenge and as one of the premiere defenders in the league, he’ll quickly adjust. He’ll likely move around all over the field and be a threat to quarterbacks just like he was with Seattle.