By Chris Schisler
The Philadelphia Eagles are the envy of the Baltimore Ravens and the football world; they have the trophy 32 teams fought for this season. What can the Baltimore Ravens learn from Super Bowl LII?
The NFL had a good thing happen last night. The national audience of the Super Bowl got a break from the way things usually go (a Patriots win). The football world ended a long wait for Philadelphia to see the Eagles win the Super Bowl. It was a night where things couldn’t be predicted. It could have gone either way. The game went back and forth and was dramatic from start to finish. When it was over, it was almost impossible to believe what we just saw. The NFL season is over and it ended with some real fireworks on the gridiron.
Now the offseason has officially begun for all 32 NFL teams and the march towards the 53rd Super Bowl begins. Our writer Connor Brooks wrote a great article on how the Ravens can get back to playing in February. He focused on what the Ravens need to do in terms of personnel decisions. I’m going to take a look at the Super Bowl and figure out what the Ravens can learn from the...