With the Ravens in the thick of the postseason race, it’s still a bit early to speculate on the pending changes this offseason for their struggling offense. However, the table is set for a pretty significant shake-up in terms of the offensive personnel. The performance of the offense this season suggests one is necessary. The team’s list of 2018 unrestricted free agents suggests one is inevitable.
Ravens second-year outside linebacker Matthew Judon was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week after he played a key role in the defense pitching a shutout in a 23-0 victory over the Green Bay Packers Sunday at Lambeau Field. Judon, a fifth-round pick out of Grand Valley State last year, had seven total tackles, two sacks and a forced fumble in the Ravens’ third shutout this season. For the season, the starting strong-side linebacker has 38 tackles and five sacks.
Ray Lewis took another step toward induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The former Ravens middle linebacker was named one of 27 semifinalists on Tuesday for the 2018 Hall of Fame class. The list of semifinalists will be trimmed to 15 in January, and then those inducted will learn their fate Feb. 3, the day before Super Bowl LII. This is the first year Lewis, who retired after the 2012 season and the Ravens’ victory over the San Francisco in Super Bowl XLVII, is eligible for induction.
@ScottGoosney Maybe a little, but's he's more of a victim of circumstance. He doesn't play special teams. Blitz pickup is not his strength. Not really a factor out of the backfield. And the guys ahead of him bring several of those things.
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