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    All-time Ravens "dream team"



    Not sure if this has ever been done before on this site, but it's a decent way of rehashing our history and passing time during the offseason.


    The objective: Fill out one 53 man roster using one particular season from one particular player. You can only use a player once. Should be a source of some good debate and discussion.


    The roster will follow this format

    1-2 QB/Backup QB
    3-5 RB/Backup RB/3rd string RB
    6- FB
    7-9 TE/TE2/blocking or 3rd string TE
    10-14 Starting OLine
    15-17 backup O-line
    18-22 WR
    23 K
    24 P
    25 LS (yuck)

    For argument sakes, we will use a 3LB/4DL configuration

    26-29 Starting DLine
    30-32 Starting LBs
    33-34 Starting CB
    35-36 Starting S
    37-nickleback
    38-dimeback
    39,40- 5th and 6th CBs
    41-42- reserve safeties
    43-46 reserve LBS
    47-49 reserve D-line
    50- kick returner
    51-53 Special Teams
    Last edited by LukeDaniel; 05-15-2012 at 04:53 PM.




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    Re: All-time Ravens "dream team"

    I'll start things off

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    49-Jermaine Lewis, KR, 2000
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    The Lewises are out of the way now and we still have 50 spots to fill




  3. #3

    Re: All-time Ravens "dream team"

    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDaniel View Post
    I'll start things off

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    49-Jermaine Lewis, KR, 2000
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    The Lewises are out of the way now and we still have 50 spots to fill
    Got a starting corner and a nickelback...




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    Re: All-time Ravens "dream team"

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragz View Post
    Got a starting corner and a nickelback...
    Good stuff.

    Just to play devil's advocate here.....what would you think about C-Mac's 2003 being placed ahead of his 2006? They were both great seasons, but I thought McAListers 2003 and Revis' 2009 were the seasons by which all other modern CBs are judged. Give me your thoughts there.

    Also, Lardarius would make a heckuva nickleback, but what CB would you have as our 2nd starter? I'm struggling to remember a season turned in by anyone other than CMAC that compared to what LW just did......




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    Re: All-time Ravens "dream team"

    You should add OC/DC/HC to the mix as well. It could allow for a 4th Lewis, though I suspect some would take Rex. Billick/Harbaugh would also be contentious, I suspect.




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    Re: All-time Ravens "dream team"

    QB- Joe Flacco - 2012 backed up by Trent Dilfer - 2000

    backup RB- Ray Rice - 2011




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    FS- rod woodson 2000

    SS- ed reed 2004

    CB- duane starks 2000




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    Re: All-time Ravens "dream team"

    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDaniel View Post
    Good stuff.

    Just to play devil's advocate here.....what would you think about C-Mac's 2003 being placed ahead of his 2006? They were both great seasons, but I thought McAListers 2003 and Revis' 2009 were the seasons by which all other modern CBs are judged. Give me your thoughts there.

    Also, Lardarius would make a heckuva nickleback, but what CB would you have as our 2nd starter? I'm struggling to remember a season turned in by anyone other than CMAC that compared to what LW just did......
    Duane Starks had as good a season in 2000 as any other raven CB has had. His post season run that year was better than webbs in 2011. Imo
    Last edited by ballhawk; 05-14-2012 at 07:50 PM.




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    Re: All-time Ravens "dream team"

    19 K Matt Stover 2000

    10 OL Jon Ogden 2003
    You know I was going to put in 2000 but Jamal Lewis would not have joined the 2K club without the Oline so I'm going 2003




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    Re: All-time Ravens "dream team"

    Question Luke. Is this strictly by position? What I mean is when you say starting defensive line and there's four spots they have to be 2 DT's and 2 DE's, correct? Not just the best 4 def linemen regardless of position. Strictly position would be tough. You would have Adams, Siragusa, and Ngata for DT but could only choose two....also since technically Reed and Woodson both play FS you wouldn't be able to use Woodson, etc..
    Last edited by Cj34; 05-14-2012 at 08:09 PM.




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    Re: All-time Ravens "dream team"

    LG - Jon Ogden 1996

    LT - Jon Ogden 2003

    WR - Michael Jackson 1996

    QB - Joe Flacco 2010

    WR - Derrick Mason 2008




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    Re: All-time Ravens "dream team"

    I'll add the TE's.

    7 - Shannon Sharpe 2000
    8 - Todd Heap 2005
    9 - Eric Green 1997




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