WE WANT TO BE A TOUGH, FAST, PHYSICAL AND PRECISE OFFENSE. BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY, WE WANT TO BE A WINNING OFFENSE. – OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR MARTY MORNHINWEG Winning. It has been a term used by offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg often to describe the Ravens’ offensive approach this season. “We want to be a tough, fast, physical and precise offense. But most importantly, we want to be a winning offense,” the coach has stated. The team is primed to throw the ball, thanks to franchise quarterback Joe Flacco at the helm for his 10th NFL campaign. It should come as no surprise that he has long been the Ravens’ all-time leading passer in yards (28,322), touchdowns (162) and completions (2,479). The big question was, who was he going to throw it to? In his rst season as a Raven, wide receiver Mike Wallace had 72 catches for a team-high 1,017 yards and four touchdowns, which placed him among league leaders. As he enters his second season, Wallace continues to be a top target for Flacco. There’s also Jeremy Maclin – the newly acquired offensive weapon. Maclin has seen a much success over the course of his career and will provide threats down the eld when paired with Wallace. Looking to have a breakout season, Breshad Perriman enters his second healthy year ready to make an impact. Luckily, he has two mentors in Wallace and Maclin who make running routes look like a breeze. Versatile running back Danny Woodhead will be a dual threat for Baltimore. He can not only run the ball but, he catches it well. Flacco even compared him to former standout threat Ray Rice. Terrance West (left) possesses that same duality as a running back, recording 756 rushing and 219 receiving yards last season.
2017 Baltimore Ravens Yearbook
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