It is now official -as if the Internet gambling community wasn’t already aware- the Baltimore Ravens are in a terrible state. After one Super Bowl title nearly a decade ago and plenty of coming close in the online gambling, this core unit of players is in shambles. With a new coaching staff for the upcoming Internet gambling season it’s time for the franchise to clean house in the personnel department and try and rebuild in a hyper-competitive NFL online gambling environment.
The team’s lack of a decent QB was the real reason why the team was among the worst in the online gambling. But it was Billick’s repeated failure to get a quality QB that led the team to fall so far and thus earn him an exit from a once tough online gambling franchise.
New coach John Harbaugh inherits a rotten team and will need more than a season to get this team back to the Internet gambling playoffs. On offense he is set to lose perhaps the best player in franchise history in Jonathan Ogden who will announce his retirement from NFL Internet gambling competition. Without Ogden the o-line is sub-par. On defense there are few stellar players and the Ravens have arguably the best secondary in AFC Internet gambling. But the d-line is soft and the line backing corps, once the best in NFL Internet gambling is over the hill and for the most part a liability.
The lone bright spot for the Ravens in the upcoming online gambling season is that they have a rookie QB that many Internet gambling pundits believe has big upside. Joe Flacco the massive QB out of Delaware is the Ravens next great hope in the Internet Gambling. First he must beat out Kyle Boller, who by all accounts is the worst starting QB in NFL Internet gambling. He will also have to beat out Troy Smith who will receive a serious look to compete for the online gambling job as he did well in clean up work in last year’s NFL Internet gambling regular season.
Still, relying on NFL draft long shot to improve your standing in the Internet gambling is hardly a sound strategy and most likely the Ravens will be in the Internet gambling cellar for several years to come.