Defense Strong, But Imperfect

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Defense Strong, But Imperfect

Look back on Monday night’s performance against the New York Jets and it will be hard to find much to complain about in the Ravens defense. But locking down a rookie quarterback for one quarter isn’t exactly something to get worked up about. Add in the previous week’s shut out performance against the Redskins and then you start to feel a bit better.

The Ravens first-team defense has shown itself to be as mean as ever in a pair of preseason games, but the unit is far from perfect. There’s no telling just how this defense will perform this season - it’s probably a safe bet to say they’ll be top ten, perhaps even top five, in the league. But Ravens fans know that there is a difference between a good defense and a defense that can win games by itself. This defense has the opportunity to be the latter, but such is an outcome is not a given.

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