Outlook: Including Tucker, Koch and Cox, the Ravens special teams finished as one of the top units in the NFL last season. Rick Gosselin, a former writer for The Dallas Morning News, ranked the group as the fourth best in the league. It marked the sixth consecutive year that the unit, headed by special teams coordinator and associate head coach Jerry Rosburg, was in the top five of Gosselin’s rankings. The team finished first in average kickoff return yards (27.5), kickoff starting point (27.8-yard line), average kickoff yards allowed (18.6) and punts placed inside the 20 (40). The group also joined 12 other teams in avoiding a turnover on special teams.