Ravens Pass Game Balanced and Effective, and More AFC North News
The Ravens have had a lot of success throwing deep down the field to receivers like Torrey Smith and even Jacoby Jones, but at the same time, quarterback Joe Flacco can take advantage of when those outlets are sealed off and hit shorter completions to tight end Dennis Pitta and receiver Anquan Boldin.
Finally, it seems Baltimore has figured out how to move the ball effectively via the pass, which is clearly one reason why they have been putting up the second-most yards per game on average this season.
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At the same time, Zach Evans of Bleacher Report says that concerns still remain about the Ravens defense's ability to stop opponents from passing the ball at will.
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Also in the Cincinnati Enquirer, Joe Reedy reports on Bengals running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis' recent spate of fumbles. After 589 touches without turning the ball over, Green-Ellis has had three fumbles in the last two weeks.
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Bill Smith of Bleacher Report wonders whether or not Jimmy Haslam, who is set to take ownership of the Browns later this month, will retain the services of team president Mike Holmgren beyond this season.
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