Analyst Says 1 RB Is The ‘Perfect Fit’ For New Team

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Written By Maya Cantina

The Baltimore Ravens just got bigger and better.

They signed star running back Derrick Henry to a two-year deal at a very reasonable price, and that should be scary for the rest of the AFC.

Todd Monken will now get the biggest running back in the game to help him win the battle at the line of scrimmage, and Henry will also get plenty of space to operate.

That’s why NFL analyst Brian Baldinger believes this was a match made in heaven for both parties.

Talking on NFL Total Access, he argued that Henry was waiting for the right opportunity, and it was hard to think of a better fit for his services.

“It’s the perfect fit,” Baldinger said.

He talked about how the Ravens are going to give him plenty of wide-open running lanes because of Lamar Jackson’s style of play and the many options they run on offense.

The Ravens went away from the running game later in the postseason, and that may have been what cost them a win over the Kansas City Chiefs and a trip to the Super Bowl.

This team managed to keep most of it’s core in the offseason despite losing their defensive coordinator, so they should be almost as dominant as they were last season.

Running backs tend to decline faster than other players, and Henry wasn’t as efficient or dominant as usual last season.

Then again, he’ll now play behind one of the most stout offensive lines in the league, and they’re going to be a nightmare at the line of scrimmage.

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