The AFC North blog is continuing its series on projecting the starting lineup for each team in the division. The last team to cover is the Baltimore Ravens:
RB Ray Rice: Has 31 games of 100 total yards since 2009, two more than any other NFL running back in that span.
WR Anquan Boldin: Caught 57 passes last season, his fewest catches since the 2004 season.
WR Torrey Smith: Five of his seven touchdown catches were for 25 yards or longer.
TE Ed Dickson: His five touchdown catches ranked second on the team.
LT Bryant McKinnie: Allowed the most sacks on the team last season (8.5).
C Matt Birk: Has started 96 straight games, second-longest active streak among centers.
RT Michael Oher: Has committed 30 penalties, including 18 false starts, in his first three seasons.
NT Terrence Cody: Ravens ranked second against the run in Cody's first full season as a starter.
RDT Haloti Ngata: Went to third Pro Bowl after 65 tackles (led Ravens' defensive line), five sacks, two forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries.
LILB Ray Lewis: In Lewis' 16 seasons, the Ravens have held teams to less than four yards per rush every year.
RILB Jameel McClain: Free agent re-signed with the Ravens for $10.5 million over three seasons.
LCB Lardarius Webb: Best season in NFL led to a six-year, $50 million deal from the Ravens.
SS Bernard Pollard: Fourth-leading tackler in the regular season had 12 stops in the AFC title game.
FS Ed Reed: Three interceptions were his fewest ever in a 16-game season for eight-time Pro Bowl safety.