RAVENS LINKS: Steve Smith Takes Your Lunch Box

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Steve Smith and the Ravens are ready to take your lunch money

CSN-Baltimore’s Brian Mitchell talks to Steve Smith and he discusses what it’s like to be a Raven.

Will Torrey Smith Finally Have a Monster Year in 2014?

Brandon Gdula of numberFire gives an analytic approach to determining Torrey Smith‘s potential for the upcoming season:

“Every season has its share of hyped players, and one of those hyped players over the past two years has been Torrey Smith. Smith never really broke out, but he did finish 23rd and 20th in fantasy points among wide receivers in 2012 and 2013, respectively.

Now that nearly every fantasy owner who liked Smith’s potential has been rewarded with just good-not-great production, people are willing to pass on him in favor for some other high-upside players or some safer options. That’s part of why Smith is being drafted as the 26th receiver this year, nestled somewhere near the middle of the sixth round.

Is now the time to invest, or is Smith destined to remain a fringe WR2 option in fantasy?”  Find out here!

Who is Kamar Aiken?

Kyle Ottenheimer of cover32.com takes a look at the football career of Kamar Aiken and the journey leading up to where he is now: competing for a roster spot on the Ravens. LINK

Michael Oher is tired of getting disrespected

Former Raven first-round pick, Michael Oher, feels disrespected by those questioning his status on his new team, the Tennessee Titans, after the team drafted Taylor Lewan in the first round this year. Pro Football Talk’s Michael David Smith elaborates HERE.

Depth Jam 3.0: Ravens rookie Terrence Brooks a nickel option?

DanielPark of Baltimore Beatdown explains why he thinks that Terrence Brooks is a good option to fill the nickel corner spot. LINK

Google needs to update its Raven’s roster

Check out who is in the third spot on Google’s Ravens roster. LINK

2 Raves on “RAVENS LINKS: Steve Smith Takes Your Lunch Box

  1. Bo on said:

    The only money he’s taking is the Ravens’ money. He’s overrated and a distraction. He acts like the Ravens owe him something. He drops far too many balls and will complain when he doesn’t get his share thrown to him. It’s just a matter of time before he throws a sideline fit with Flacco. Carolina knew what they were doing when they let him walk. Besides, our receiving corp is too good and too big to keep a smurf around like “Sr.”. He’s full of himself and Harbaugh needs to keep an open mind about what 5 receivers make the final 53. Butler is a far better choice to keep on the roster.

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