Yannick Ngakoue is on the move again as he is being traded to the Baltimore Ravens. It’s just been six games into the season and he’s been traded again. This time he is on the way to join a former team mate from the Jaguars, Calais Campbell.
Reuniting with Campbell will be good for both the players as well as for the Ravens. This combination is a game winning one in the past and Baltimore banks on the magic being repeated this season. Ngakoue disruption rate landed at 8.9 percent while Campbell has been marginally better with a pressure rate of 9.5 percent and a disruption rate above 11 percent. When together, these two mates have reached their best performance in the past especially Ngakoue and the Ravens are looking forward to a repeat performance. It is predicted that this pair will boost Baltimore Raven’s overall performance.
This has been a low risk acquisition for the Ravens and might produce huge gains for them. They have acquired him for less than what Minnesota paid to acquire him from the Jaguars. Eric DeCosta is a savvy General Manager of the Ravens. Everyone is waiting and watching to see the results of this monster combination.
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