The Baltimore Ravens have had a relatively successful offseason, but that doesn’t appear to be on the mind of head coach John Harbaugh who says he’s ‘disturbed’ by the offseason acquisitions of the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos.
So why the concern? Simply because they were so good.
"Harbs: “I was disappointed with the [offseason] moves that the Broncos and Pats made. I thought they did a great job and that disturbed me.”"
Granted, Super Bowl’s aren’t won on paper and it remains to be seen how effective the additions for both teams will be, but given the talent added, one can reasonably assume both the Patriots and Broncos will somehow be even better than they were during the 2013 season.
Thankfully for the Ravens, they weren’t left out in the dark during free agency and while they didn’t bring in a mass amount of big names, they still fortified their team moving forward. Will it be enough though? We’ll find out in the coming months, though John Harbaugh seems to have some understandable concern.