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The Ravens team of the most underrated in the NFL?

In http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=cr-rankings032408&prov=yhoo&type=lgns These power ratings in recent years, the Ravens were ranked the 29th best team in the NFL. I think the consensus is essentially in the range of Ravens but do not understand why. Yes, Steve McNair is done, but I'd be surprised if you walk in the field of the Ravens again. Kyle Boller is probably about a quarter part of the 30th to the best 35 in the NFL. Sometimes, it looks like a superstar, but sometimes seems lost. However, Ravens also have Troy Smith, who seemed a lot last year. They have elite RB Willis McGahee. Last year, the Ravens were ravaged by injuries to their receivers (Heap, Clayton and Williams). I'm not in the claims that the defense is old, either. There were plenty of defenders who were injured the previous year (McAllister, Rolle, Pryce, Lewis) and Scott Suggs, not years. Why an elite team that derailed because of injuries classified as one of the worst teams in the NFL?

I wouldnt 29 between them, he just had its ups and downs as in all football clubs, the football team is not as young as Deffense in the past, but they can still make a rowr in the NFL, the offense, other hand needs a good fourth shot solid curve and keep McNair Kyle Boller Troy Smith Troy Smith tutoring is the future of the Baltimore Ravens

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