ESPN’s John Clayton released his 2010 All-Pro team on Tuesday and five Ravens were featured, the most players of any team in the NFL.
Among those listed were LeRon McClain, Haloti Ngata, Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and Billy Cundiff. Here’s what Clayton had to say about the Ravens he selected.
- Le’Ron McClain: The Ravens got away from two-back sets in the second half of the season, allowing McClain to move back to the top of the fullback list.
- Haloti Ngata: You can forget about running on this Raven.
- Ray Lewis: He’s an All-Pro fixture at this point.
- Ed Reed: Reed won the interception title (eight), even though he played only 10 games. Incredible.
- Billy Cundiff: He tied the NFL touchback record on kickoffs (40) and was almost flawless on field goals.
I agree with Clayton’s list, but was surprised to McClain among those on offense. I would’ve loved to see the Ravens pound the ball this year like they did in the days of Jamal Lewis.
What so you think?