Yet with the exception of 2015, the Ravens have typically hung around the top of the division waiting to derail the Steelers. 2018 looks like no exception. John Harbaugh’s team has bulked up its receiving corps with Michael Crabtree, John Brown, Willie Snead, and 2018 tight end draftees Hayden Hurst and Mark Andrews. That should help ensure Joe Flacco doesn’t endure another season where he throws for fewer yards per pass than Packers backup Brett Hundley.
If they can jump-start the offense, they’ll have a shot at dethroning a Pittsburgh team that should be strong as ever this fall. While losing right tackle Chris Hubbard in free agency hurts and Ryan Shazier’s spinal injury leaves little depth at linebacker, the Steelers should be able to replicate last year’s impressive season.
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The Buffalo Bills snapped an 18-year playoff drought in 2017, but the miserable streaks of the Lions and Bengals lived on another year. Each team owns an NFL record for a lack of playoff success.
And the Bengals are now more than 27 years removed — another NFL record — from their last playoff win in January 1991.
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Get your records here! Tuesday’s Rise ‘n Grind helps to kick off Records Week, looks back on the Minnesota Miracle and offers an updated look at Andrew Luck’s status.
This week is Records Week for SB Nation’s NFL team. We’re taking a look at things like Emmitt Smith’s 18,355 yard career rushing record and Peyton Manning saying Drew Brees ‘deserves’ to break his NFL passing records. Don’t tell that to Broncos fans though, who hope Manning’s 2013 season lives on in the record books for all of time.
Thus the qualifying contract was implemented to where a veteran player with four or more years accrued experience can sign a one-year contract that must consist of the league minimum P5 (base) salary commensurate with their experience level and, currently, no more than $90,000 in bonus money in order for their total cap number to be equivalent to that of a second-year player.