Baltimore Ravens Defense | 2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings
2009 Fantasy Year In Review: The Ravens’ defense had to overcome the loss of defensive coordinator Rex Ryan and linebacker Bart Scott. It took this unit a little while to find its stride, but they got better as time went on.
By the time the playoffs came the Ravens defense dominated on the road against the Patriots. Look for this team to build on the momentum from the end of last year.
2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: The 2010 offeseason has been very kind to the Ravens overall as they now have a strong receiving core and pickup key help for the defense.
The additions of defensive tackle Terrence Cody and linebacker Sergio Kindle in the draft will allow this unit to apply more pressure. Using Cody in a rotation should give this defense an opportunity to lead the league against the run as they allow Ray Lewis room to roam.
Look for this defense to improve on their sack and turnover numbers from 2009 as the offense should give them consistent leads going into the third and fourth quarter of games.
– Shutdown Run Defense
– Pass Rush / Playmakers
– Great Overall Team
– They Don’t Have Dominant Corners
More Fantasy Football Player Info About The Ravens Defense
Ravens Defense | D/ ST
Points 16 (3rd) | Pass 207 (8th) | Run 93 (5th) |
Sacks 32 | Int 22 | FF 15 | TD: D 3 | ST 1
Defensive Style: 4-3
Bye Week Conflicts (WK 8): Giants, Eagles, Bears, Falcons, Browns
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NFL fantasy football player rankings writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com