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Isaiah Likely Predicts Ravens Offense To ‘Go The Distance’

The Ravens offense will be a nightmare for NFL opponents next season, according to tight end Isaiah Likely. 

Baltimore was already frightening in 2023, rushing towards the top-ranked attack in the league with 156.6 yards per game. It was enough to claim the number one seed in the AFC, but they would lose to the Chiefs in the title game.

According to Isaiah Likely, the addition of RB Derrick Henry makes them even more explosive. Henry currently leads all active NFL players with 9,502 rushing yards and 90 rushing touchdowns.


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“Not only do you have Lamar (Jackson) in the backfield, you have Derrick Henry in the backfield, where you also have to worry about our run game,” Likely said.

“Then you have All-Pro Mark Andrews, where you obviously have to give credit where credit is due. Then you also have great receivers like Zay (Flowers) and (Rashod) Bateman and then also you have me. You have to worry about anybody at any point in time in the offense going the distance.

“When you play the Ravens, you have to worry about everybody going the distance.”

With such competitive talent on the roster, Isaiah Likely will have to eke out whatever role he can. That’s exactly what he’s prepared to do in 2024.


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“Really just being there when my number is called,” Likely said. “I showed that I also can be in the slot, out wide on myself, in-line tight end or in the backfield, really that gadget for the offense. I told myself, just be the chess piece of the offense, just make plays when plays aren’t there to be made and then just show everyone that when the ball is in my hand, anything can happen.”

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