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Baltimore Ravens: 2010 – 2011 Regular Season Schedule

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With upgrades at the receiver position, the Ravens have to be the favorites to win the AFC North in 2010. Having a fully loaded team, the Ravens now have the luxury of stacking their team at the draft.

Below we have the Ravens 2010 -2011 regular season schedule for you to view as we inch closer to the beginning of the NFL season. We also have the fantasy relevant players for Baltimore, and a breakdown for all NFL teams in schedule strength in win/loss, against the pass, run and points.

Fantasy Players

* Joe Flacco
* Ray Rice
* Willis McGahee
* Anquan Boldin
* Derrick Mason
* Mark Clayton
* Donte’ Stallworth
* Todd Heap
* Ravens Defense

Strength of Schedules

Win/ Loss | Against the Pass | Against the Run | Points Against

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Hello Passing Game

Joe Flacco struggled at times last season with a sub average passing attack around him. This offseason the Ravens needed to upgrade at receiver and they did just that by adding speedster Donte’ Stallworth and Anquan Boldin.

Boldin provides the team with a true No.1 target and his style of play fits this organization just right. That said, Boldin will probably miss time due to injury this year and that is why keeping Derrick Mason around is a great move.

Now Flacco has four respectable options to throw the football too and a talented receiving back in Ray Rice. Throw Todd Heap in and this offense could have some fun in 2010.

Top Fantasy Defense?

If the offense can  open up consistent leads, early in football games, the Ravens’ defense could have a fabulous season. Imagine Ray Lewis and the boys playing with a 14 plus lead coming into the second half of most football games, and they could have a big time fantasy season.

An abundance of sacks, turnovers and touchdown opportunities should be well in store for this defense once again.

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