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Jamal Lewis leads the class of All-time Ravens Offense
QB Joe Flacco, Trent Dilfer
RB Jamal Lewis, Ray Rice, Sam Gash
WR Derick Mason, Michael Jackson, Anquan Boldin
TE Todd Heap
Joe Flacco has been the Ravens most consistent quarterback by far. This is the team that struck out on its previous first-round QB, Kyle Boller. Also in the wake are Scott Mitchell, Elvis Grbac, Stoney Case, etc. Trent Dilfer's the back-up on the Ravens All-Time Team.
All Difer did was go 7-1 in his season with the team and get his ring.
Jamal Lewis was the greatest running back in Ravens history. From his 1,300-yard rookie season to his his record-setting 2003, Lewis is the leader of the Ravens All-Time backfield. Ray Rice is the second back, an all-purpose guy who's got a lot left in the tank.
Rice is closing in on 4,000 yards rushing with 2,078 receiving. Opening the holes is Sam Gash, a punishing blocker from the Super Bowl team.
Derrick Mason was the surest-handed receiver the Ravens ever had. He's the team's all-time leading receiver, which says it all. Michael Jackson (the other one) led the league in TD receptions in the team's first season. Anquan Boldin gets the nod over Travis Taylor for the third receiver spot.
At tight end, there is only one: Todd Heap.