In the latest installment of his ‘Ultimate Franchise Player’ Series, Kurt Allen analyzes the relatively brief but prolific history of the Baltimore Ravens and chooses between a number of current stars in selecting the Ravens’ ‘Ultimate Franchise Player’.
The 2008-11 mini-era under Mike Smith marks the first time Atlanta has done as much as record consecutive winning seasons, so there isn’t a long lineage of great players in Falcon franchise history. Kurt highlights the best of the best and then makes his selection for the Falcon’s Ultimate Franchise Player.
The roots of the Arizona Cardinals go back further than any National Football League franchise, being founded by Chicago’s Morgan Athletic Club in 1898. Kurt could not have picked a tougher place to start as he selects the Ultimate Franchise Player from each NFL franchise.