Ravens Receiving Core Back to Full Strength

For the 2022 Season, the Baltimore Ravens have been in horrible luck when it comes to injuries.
Big names like JK Dobbins, Myles Boykin, and 2021 1st round pick Rashod Bateman have been out since the beginning of the season.

“It has been tough, but some of our guys have stepped up to the plate and allowed us to be competitive,” Ravens QB Lamar Jackson said.
Going into Week 7, it seems that Boykin & Bateman are now game-ready and they will be suiting up for the big divisional game vs the Bengals.

We asked Coach Mehoy about the situation, here is what he had to say:

“I was nervous to bring them back in. They were ready in my debut game, but I couldn’t bring myself to risk re-injuring them. Wouldn’t have been the best of starts as the Head Coach of this organization.
I then thought about bringing them in for the Chargers game, but I decided I want them at their freshest in our first divisional game this season.. especially at home. It will certainly help with morale, Boykin is quite the character in the locker room. We have missed his on-field leadership the past few weeks.”

With the return of Boykin & Bateman, the receiving core seems to consist of:
Hollywood Brown
Sammy Watkins
Myles Boykin
Rashod Bateman
Devin Duvernay

This is quite the change for the Ravens, we may see a shift in gameplanning going forward.
While their offense remains slightly weakened with the lack of JK Dobbins in the backfield, we believe that the Ravens will turn their season around and give their fans something to cheer for.