Baltimore Ravens veteran wide receiver Derrick Mason predicts a high-scoring offense this fall to work in tandem with a dominating defense.
One year removed from ranking ninth in the league in scoring offense with a 24.4 average, Mason told the Sporting News, "We have a good shot to score 25-35 points a game."
Even with the addition of Anquan Boldin and Donte' Stallworth, that doesn't necessarily mean the Ravens are going to throw the football significantly more this season since offensive coordinator Cam Cameron emphasizes handing off to Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice.
"We'll still be a run-first team and pass the ball off our success there," Mason said. "That's the kind of offense that wins in December and January."
Derrick Mason should receive plenty of looks from Joe Flacco given that Anquan Boldin is now lining up across the field.