I think the 1996 Ravens with Jackson and Alexander are still the best receiving group in franchise history - 2 1000-yard receivers plus the 600-yard season from Kinchen - we were second in passing yards that year and 6th in total offense, 6th in scoring. These players in 2016 are exciting for their skill sets, but the question remains - will we get 16 games out of SSS, Perriman, and Pitta, and what will guys like Mike Wallace, coming off a down season, and Kamar Aiken, now demoted after his best season as a pro, be able to bring to the table? And we also have Maxx Williams and Crocket Gilmore coming off injury and Darren Waller trying to learn a new position. Part of the success of years like 1996, 2010, and 2012 is we had guys who had played at least a full season together prior to that season - it's going to take time for the players on offense to adjust to each other and Flacco's arm, and it's going to take time for the offensive line, with a rookie LT, to find it's way. In 1996 we Basically had the same crew, the difference being Rison of the 95 Browns was replaced by Alexander. But Jackson, Testeverde, and Kinchen were all returning starters that had a full season working together under their belts. Remember in 2011 Dickson was the dominant tight end - it wasn't until 2012 that the Pitta-Flacco connection showed us what it could be. I think this year will have several bumps and growing pains, especially at the beginning of the season.