Former Ravens coach Brian Billick defended the Ravens' recent drafts, speaking specifically on the opinion of some who feel that offensive tackle Michael Oher, who the Ravens drafted 23rd overall in the 2009 draft, was a bust. "Anybody that would suggest that Michael Oher was a busted pick is just flat out wrong," Billick said while acknowledging that Oher started every game of his career, selflessly changed positions and played his best football during the Ravens' Super Bowl run. "He's not still with the club, but you can't keep everybody. I just don't know how anybody can look at the Michael Oher pick like that. He's been a good, solid starter in the league. That's the only reasonable expectation that you can have." Totally agree with Billick, by the way. Oher never developed into a dominant tackle. He had his flaws, but he was tough, he was a leader, he was a good teammate, and the Ravens won a lot of games with him at tackle. I'd be willing to bet Newsome doesn't regret that pick one bit.