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Running Game

We can assume the Ravens will try to improve their running game, but it will be more difficult than most believe. The Ravens have, at best, an average offensive line and running back Jamal Lewis isn't what he used to be when he was once the most feared power runner in the game. Even more importantly, the Ravens don't have a good lead blocking fullback on the roster. There are no Sam Gashs. Chuck Evans or Alan Ricards on the roster. Fullbacks Ovie Mughelli and Justin Green are good athletes, but not powerful blockers. Lewis has always run out of the I-formation, and has admitted that this year has been an adjustment with the Ravens using an H-back more instead of a true fullback. It's going to be just as tough trying to cut off a fullback who will have problems blocking linebackers at the point of attack.

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