In 2021, the Baltimore Ravens suffered numerous injuries that hurt the team’s chances of making the playoffs. They lost players such as J.K. Dobbins, Gus Edwards and Marcus Peters before the start of the season, and Marlon Humphrey, Lamar Jackson and others during the year.
Michael Renner of Pro Football Focus went into detail about his 2022 NFL Minor Ranking, and he ranked the Baltimore division number one despite being one of the league’s worst divisions last year. Renner noted that four of the five starters on the minor teams made it into the top 10 at their positions, and that’s not including safe rookie Kyle Hamilton.
“There are a lot of complete minor players in the NFL, which makes the Tier 1 rankings a draw for a number of reasons. Ravens simultaneously have some of the biggest questions for 2022 in terms of health and also have the highest elite potential. Four of the five starting players have been in the top 10 at some point in the past four seasons in their positions. And that list doesn’t even include first-round rookie Kyle Hamilton, who is sure to play a big role.”
Baltimore has a lot of talent in supporting roles, including cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey, Marcus Peters and Kyle Fuller, as well as Hamilton, Chuck Clark and Marcus Williams at safety. will be afraid to play week after week.