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Anquan Boldin explains why Ravens’ ‘dynamic’ receivers will only get better with each game

The Baltimore Ravens sit atop the AFC North with a 5-2 record heading into Week 8, yet there are some concerns from fans and experts alike regarding their offensive production. 

Perhaps some skeptics trashed that opinion after seeing the Ravens rout the Detroit Lions 38-6 at home this past Sunday. 

The Ravens went into this season with new leadership at offensive coordinator, as Todd Monken came over from the national championship-winning Georgia Bulldogs to revitalize an offense that had gone stale in 2022 under Greg Roman. While the Ravens were in the middle of the pack with 339.2 yards per game and 22.2 points per game entering Sunday, there’s the belief this group can tap into another gear that would make them one of the best offenses in the NFL. 

The Ravens dominated when they had the ball, and the fact that it was done mostly through the air instead of the typical ground game Baltimore displays was telling to the rest of the league that has to view the Ravens are legitimate contenders if they didn’t already. 

Scott Thompson is a sports writer for Fox News Digital.

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