Everything falling into place for Terrance West to start in Baltimore

West looks to be the one to beat for first-team reps come the season opener for the Ravens.

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Everything falling into place for Terrance West to start in Baltimore


ESPN’s Jamison Hensley believes that everything has fallen into place for Ravens RB Terrance West this offseason.

  • West is coming off his highest graded season of his three-year career with a PFF grade of 76.5.
  • Unlikely to see competition in the backfield early in 2017 with second-year player Kenneth Dixon (72.4) suspended for the first four games and Danny Woodhead (71.3 receiving grade) better suited to a third down role.
  • West was able to find some big plays in 2016, with 35.1 percent of his rushing yards coming on runs of 15 yards or more.

Baltimore Ravens RB Terrance West

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Gordon has worked at PFF since 2011, and now heads up the company’s special teams analysis processes. His work in-season focuses on college football, while he is also heavily involved in PFF’s NFL draft coverage.

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