Ravens remain favorites in AFC North
Four months since winning the AFC North, the Ravens appear to be the clear-cut favorite to capture the division again.
After the moves made in free agency and the draft, the Ravens seemingly have not lost any ground to their chief division rivals, the Cincinnati Bengals and the Pittsburgh Steelers, who finished five games behind the Ravens last season.
The Ravens upgraded at running back (trading for Willis McGahee to replace Jamal Lewis), broke even on the offensive line (improving with guard Ben Grubbs after losing right tackle Tony Pashos) and took just one hit to the NFL's top-ranked defense (allowing All-Pro linebacker Adalius Thomas to leave in free agency). Read moreFull Story
#1 May 13, 2007
I don't see how the ratbirds can be a clear favorite,true they have a good defense(aging defense)but on the other side of the ball their offense was not and is not good.Their defense put their offense in good situations all year and at times bailed them out frequentley,steve mcnair is a has been and they have at best a couple of no.2 and no.3 receivers,no go to guy.
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