The Baltimore Ravens are selecting at No. 6 overall in the 2016 NFL Draft, one spot ahead of the 49ers.
Here are their top needs, provided by Rotoworld.
No. 1 Team Need: Edge Rusher
The main reason Baltimore fielded the NFL's 25th-ranked pass defense according to Football Outsiders' DVOA was their inability to pressure quarterbacks. Terrell Suggs is entering his age-34 season coming off a torn Achilles'. Elvis Dumervil is 32 and best suited for a rotational role at this stage of his career. The Ravens got a 5.5-sack rookie year from 2015 fourth-rounder Za'Darius Smith, but he is their only promising young pass rusher.
No. 2 Team Need: Offensive Line
Guard stands out as Baltimore's biggest need on the line after the free-agent departure of stud LG Kelechi Osemele. Elsewhere, contract-year RT Rick Wagner is coming off a disappointing season following Lisfranc surgery, and the Ravens have been wishy-washy on injury-plagued LT Eugene Monroe's roster spot. RG Marshal Yanda is entering his age-32 season. As the Ravens are painfully short on front-five depth, this could be a year where GM Ozzie Newsome uses two mid- to late-round picks on offensive linemen.
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