When the Ravens play the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday and Eagles quarterback Michael Vick inevitably finds a creative way to escape the pocket, the Ravens will have to worry about something much more dangerous than Vick scrambling down the field for a chunk of yardage. The bigger concern will be not losing track of Philadelphia's wide receivers, who can get behind Baltimore's defensive backs if their eyes are glued to Vick.
A.J. Green forged a record-setting campaign in 2011 after being selected fourth overall in the NFL draft earlier in the year. Following a path blazed by Randy Moss formerly of the Minnesota Vikings and Andre Johnson of the Houston Texans, Green headlined a strong group of first-year receivers that included the Ravens' Torrey Smith and the Atlanta Falcons' Julio Jones.