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of the Ravens radar?"WhitePodcast Film Review Fanposts Fanshots Ravens StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Ravens ReportYahoo Ravens Depth ChartYahoo Ravens TransactionsYahoo Ravens PhotosAbout Odds Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Ravens NFL draft big board: Running back New Stitched Tavon Young Jersey ,11commentsWhich RB prospects should be at the top of the Ravens radar? EDTShareTweetShareShareRavens NFL draft big board: Running back Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY SportsFor the Ravens, evaluating running back prospects in the draft is all about the specific type of player and fit on the roster. Baltimore has three backs currently on the roster in Mark Ingram, Gus Edwards, and Kenneth Dixon. While all three have different strengths and skill sets, they’re generally downhill, between-the-tackles runners. Thus, it’s no surprise that the Ravens have talked about adding a speedy running back in the draft with ability to break off big plays and play third downs. Given the Ravens are looking for this specific mold at the position, some players projected to go higher than the ones you’ll find below were left out of these rankings because of play style. 1) Josh Jacobs, Alabama Jacobs is the consensus top-overall running back prospect in the draft with a good mix of agility, speed, and vision. If the Ravens truly want him, they’d have to take him in the first round, trade back and hope he’s still on the board, or trade up, all of which are unlikely. 2) Darrell Henderson, Memphis Arguably the most explosive back in the class, Henderson led all running back prospects in yards per carry (8.9) last year. He had a whopping 19 scrimmage plays of 30+ yards Youth Tavon Young Jersey , too. Henderson would be an ideal third-down, complimentary player in the Ravens backfield, bringing a big-play element they don’t currently have. 3) Bryce Love, Stanford After finishing as the runner-up to Baker Mayfield in the 2017 Heisman campaign, Bryce Love’s draft stock has plummeted after an injury-riddled senior season. There’s certainly some concern there, but there’s no denying his talent and skill set. When healthy, Love has a knack for making big plays and possesses breakaway speed. Potential mid-round sleeper. 4) Justice Hill, Oklahoma St. For what he lacks in size and between-the-tackles power, Justice Hill makes up for with legitimate home-run ability. Hill ran an extremely impressive 4.40 40-yard dash time at the scouting combine and his speed shows on tape. One of the best pass-catching backs in this draft class with the shiftiness to change directions in space. 5) Trayveon Williams, Texas A&MDespite a productive three-year career at Texas A&M, Trayveon Williams has been flying relatively under the radar throughout the draft process. Williams is good is pass protection, a quality the Ravens lost with Ty Montgomery leaving in free agency. While not overly explosive, Williams has good vision in the open field. What are your thoughts on these running back prospects and which guys would you like to see the Ravens select? Leave your thoughts down below and stay tuned for more positional big boards to follow in the coming days! CLEVELAND (AP) — Michael Crabtree sat dejectedly in front of his locker and knew exactly who to blame for Baltimore’s loss.He pointed the finger at himself.“Put that on me,” the Ravens receiver said.Crabtree let a possible game-winning touchdown pass from Joe Flacco slip through his hands in the fourth quarter Sunday as the Ravens, who looked so impressive last week in a win over Pittsburgh, were beaten 12-9 in overtime on Sunday by the resurgent Cleveland Browns.Crabtree’s drop wasn’t the only issue for the Ravens (3-2), who couldn’t get anything going on offense and then had their defense fail them in the closing minutes of OT.But for all their problems Stitched Brandon Carr Jersey , the Ravens might have pulled out another AFC North win if Crabtree had squeezed Flacco’s throw with a minute left.With the Ravens down 9-6 and facing a third-and-10 at Cleveland’s 14-yard line, Flacco fired his pass over the middle toward a leaping Crabtree in the back of the end zone. Crabtree got both hands on the ball, but it bounced off him and instead of taking the lead, the Ravens settled for Justin Tucker’s 32-yard field goal with 56 seconds remaining.It wasn’t an easy catch, but it’s one Crabtree has made countless times. He had two other drops earlier in the game.“You gotta finish,” said Crabtree, who signed with Baltimore in the offseason after three years in Oakland. “I’ve been there and done that, and this go-around I can’t even jump. I gotta get back in the lab and work on my concentration. That’s all it is. It’s football. You gotta see the ball and catch the ball.“If I have to catch 2,000 balls a week in practice, I’m going to have to do that.”It was one of those days for the Ravens, who failed to take advantage of good field position in the first half, and allowed Browns rookie Denzel Ward to come off the edge and block Tucker’s field-goal try on the final play of the first half.Flacco completed 29 of 56 passes for 298 yards and threw a costly interception in the first half when the Ravens were driving for another score.On second-and-goal at Cleveland’s 2, Flacco’s pass intended for tight end Nick Boyle was deflected by defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah and picked off by Ward.It was just Flacco’s third pick this season, but it felt ominous on a day when neither offense could get into a rhythm.“I was just trying to put it at his feet,” Flacco explained. “It was just one of those unfortunate ones. I was just trying to get the ball out of my hands and go to the next down, to be honest with you.”As poorly as they played, the Ravens may have gotten a bad break in overtime.On Baltimore’s first possession in OT Youth Brandon Carr Jersey , running back Alex Collins ran for 17 yards but receiver Chris Moore was called for an illegal block, moving the ball back and out of range for Tucker, the most accurate kicker in league history, to try a long field goal.“The guy came down, got cut back on and Chris never really touched him,” Flacco said. “He just tried to avoid him, as far as I’m concerned. That’s just one of many plays that we probably could have made in order to get the game turned our way.”The Ravens lost for just the third time in 22 games to the Browns, who improved to 2-0-1 at home and 1-0-1 in the division.Baltimore’s defense did its part — the Ravens still haven’t given up a second-half touchdown — but couldn’t stop rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield in overtime. The Browns were backed up near their end zone, but Baltimore let Mayfield scramble for 13 yards and then gave up a 39-yard pass play to rookie Derrick Willies, who got open over the middle.“We have to execute regardless of what the situation may be,” safety Tony Jefferson said. “We have to execute the call, and we didn’t in that particular situation. We didn’t finish. We’ve been trying. We’ve been doing a good job at that, so far this season. Today we fell short of doing that, but we have a good opportunity coming up against Tennessee.“We have a week to get back in the lab and try and fix those things so that they don’t re-occur in particular situations like today.”

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