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The Biggest Questions for the Baltimore Ravens Heading into the 2013 NFL Draft

With 12 picks in the 2013 NFL Draft at their disposal, the Baltimore Ravens are sitting pretty right about now.

They won the Super Bowl eight weeks ago, re-signed Joe Flacco after his record-setting playoff run (11 touchdowns, zero interceptions) and somehow snagged an elite NFL pass-rusher in Elvis Dumervil.

With a younger team in the works, the Ravens will be in fine position to pursue another Super Bowl in 2013. They have their offense in tact with depth at every position and are remodeling their defense in hopes that it's remarkably better than the one that finished 17th overall in 2012.

While Baltimore's roster may be improved by next season, so to will be the quality of its opponents.

Home games against Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers and league MVP Adrian Peterson, as well as road games against Calvin Johnson and Brandon Marshall, are sure to test this new defense.

It stands to reason, even given Baltimore's recent success, it needs to get better. Just ask head coach John Harbaugh, who recently said (h/t Ryan Mink,, “[Y]ou’re either getting better or you’re getting worse, and we need to get better in everything we do.”

Here are five questions facing the Ravens as they look to get better through the NFL draft.

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