FAN’S CHOICE: Baltimore Ravens All-Time Team, Tackle

Jonathan Ogden
Jonathan Ogden, 20 Sep 1998: (Photo Credit: Andy Lyons /AP)

We’ve now focused in on 40 of the 53 spots on our All-Time Ravens Team. If the votes hold up our team so far shakes out as follows:

OFFENSE

  • Quarterback (2): Joe Flacco, Vinny Testaverde VOTE HERE
  • Running Back (3): Jamal Lewis, Ray Rice, Willis McGahee (tie) VOTE HERE
  • Fullback: (1): Vonta Leach VOTE HERE
  • Wide Receiver (5): Derrick Mason, Anquan Boldin, Torrey Smith, Qadry Ismail, Michael Jackson VOTE HERE
  • Tight End (3): Shannon Sharpe, Todd Heap, Dennis Pitta VOTE HERE
  • Center (1): Matt Birk VOTE HERE
  • Guard (4): Marshal Yanda, Ben Grubbs, Edwin Mulitalo, Kelechi Osemele VOTE HERE

DEFENSE

  • Defensive Linemen (8): Haloti Ngata, Mike McCrary, Kelly Gregg, Tony Siragusa, Jarret Johnson, Sam Adams, Rob Burnett, Trevor Pryce VOTE HERE
  • Cornerback (6): Chris McAlister, Lardarius Webb, Duane Starks, Jimmy Smith, Samari Rolle, Corey Graham VOTE HERE
  • Safety (3): Ed Reed, Rod Woodson, Dawan Landry VOTE HERE

SPECIALISTS

  • Long Snapper (1) ~ Morgan Cox VOTE HERE
  • Return Specialist (1) ~ Jacoby Jones
  • Punter (1) ~ Sam Koch
  • Kicker (1) ~ Matt Stover

This post will focus in on offensive tackle and we’ll ask you to pick 4.

Which 4 offensive tackles make your Ravens All-Time Team? (choose 4)
Total voters: 379
Jonathan Ogden (27%)
Tony Jones (4%)
Harry Swayne (10%)
Spencer Folau (2%)
Orlando Brown (22%)
Tony Pashos (6%)
Adam Terry (3%)
Jared Gaither (6%)
Michael Oher (14%)
Bryant McKinnie (6%)
This poll has completed. Thank you for voting.
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7 Raves on “FAN’S CHOICE: Baltimore Ravens All-Time Team, Tackle

  1. Joe on said:

    Top 3 were easy for me: Ogden, Oher, Zeus. I hated having to decide between Jared Gaither and Bryant McKinnie for the 4th spot, but no one else seemed to deserve it as much.

    • Rxdoxx on said:

      Same here but my 4th choice was between 2 different ones
      Considered Tony Pashos here from 2003-6 and developed in his last year enough to get a payday from Jacksonville …. he played last year with Oakland

      But I went with Ravens SB Ring holder (he has 3 as a player and another Raven one from 2012) Harry Swayne, is currently a Raven
      [quote] Completed the NFL’s Athlete Development Professional Certification Program at The Wharton School. 2011: Named to the NFL’s Player Engagement Steering Committee by his fellow NFL player development directors. 2010: Promoted to director of player development. 2009: NFL awarded the Ravens as the Continuing Education Program of the Year. 2008: Re-joined the Ravens as the assistant director of player programs. [/quote]
      http://www.baltimoreravens.com/team/staff/Harry-Swayne/a64f2184-6c97-4c4b-aab7-d4911718af45

  2. Sizzle on said:

    I really, truly believe that some people are forgetting about Harry Swayne. He was a very solid player who stuck to his fundamentals and worked his butt off, which is more than we can say about Oher (fundamentals/flags), McKinnie (lazy), and Gaither (again, lazy and a whiner)… Glad to see that the votes are going Swayne’s way though.

  3. Cheri on said:

    WOW Is it me or this list after JO does not blow you away? I really wanted to go with Tony Jones but he did his best work in Cleveland and then shortly after the Browns moved here he only played like a year or two in Baltimore before moving onto Denver and was a productive player for them. The 4.. JO, Swayne, Oher and McKinnie. All 4 have Super Bowl rings what else can I say. Though Big Mac really was a big reason for that great playoff run and shoring up the OL.

  4. Ed in ON on said:

    Gaither over Oher. He may have been good for shorter, but he played at a much higher level than Oher did in those years…

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