That's the number of sacks the Ravens had. Only the New Orleans Saints (30), Kansas City Chiefs (28), New York Jets (27), Cleveland Browns (26), Detroit Lions (26) and Oakland Raiders (25) had fewer. The pass rush was especially nonexistent in key late-season losses to the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers. The front office has prioritized fixing the matter, using second-day draft picks on Houston's Tyus Bowser and Alabama's Tim Williams. They join outside linebackers Terrell Suggs, Matthew Judon and Za'Darius Smith. The team has clearly improved on the back end with the additions of Brandon Carr, Marlon Humphrey and Tony Jefferson. The biggest key to an improved pass defense, though, is a relentless pass rush. The Ravens' top defenses over the years have had the ability to hit and harass quarterbacks. The 2017 team needs to be able to do that, too.