The Baltimore Ravens handled a plethora of injuries in 2021 that hurt the team’s probabilities of making a postseason appearance. They lost players like J.K. Dobbins, Gus Edwards and Marcus Peters before the season began, in addition to Marlon Humphrey, Lamar Jackson and more throughout the yr.
Michael Renner of Pro Football Focus detailed his 2022 NFL secondary rankings, and he put Baltimore’s unit at No. 1 despite being one among the worst units within the league last yr. Renner credited 4 of the five starters within the secondary with having top-10 grades at their positions, and that’s without factoring in rookie safety Kyle Hamilton.
“There are numerous complete secondaries across the NFL, making the Tier 1 rankings a toss-up in quite a lot of ways. The Ravens concurrently have among the most query marks heading into 2022 from a health perspective while also possessing the highest-end elite potential. 4 of their five starters have earned top-10 grades at their respective positions sooner or later over the past 4 seasons. And this list doesn’t even include rookie first-rounder Kyle Hamilton, who will undoubtedly think about heavily.”
Baltimore has loads of talent within the secondary that features cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey, Marcus Peters and Kyle Fuller, in addition to Hamilton, Chuck Clark and Marcus Williams at safety.. If the group can stay healthy in 2022, it might be one many opposing quarterbacks will fear to play week in and week out.