Receivers

At the beginning of the season, this unit was expected to be the biggest concern, yet it has been the most productive on offense, which speaks volumes about the Ravens' myriad problems. Smith has been Flacco's top weapon, but the Ravens need to find ways to get him more touches. Tandon Doss has been solid, as has Marlon Brown, but neither has great speed. Tight end Dallas Clark contributes once or twice a game, but Ed Dickson has been a disappointment as a receiver and now is primarily a blocker. This unit should get better with Jacoby Jones finally healthy. His speed, which complements Smith, should open up the middle of the field..<br>
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<b>Grade: C </b><br>
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( Kenneth K. Lam, Baltimore Sun / October 13, 2013 )

At the beginning of the season, this unit was expected to be the biggest concern, yet it has been the most productive on offense, which speaks volumes about the Ravens' myriad problems. Smith has been Flacco's top weapon, but the Ravens need to find ways to get him more touches. Tandon Doss has been solid, as has Marlon Brown, but neither has great speed. Tight end Dallas Clark contributes once or twice a game, but Ed Dickson has been a disappointment as a receiver and now is primarily a blocker. This unit should get better with Jacoby Jones finally healthy. His speed, which complements Smith, should open up the middle of the field..

Grade: C

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