In a battle of the best of the best, the bracket will determine who comes out as the No. 1 Raven of all time. In round one, Ed Reed defeated Mark Clayton, and Derrick Mason outlasted Qadry Ismail. Now, they face off in round two...
No. 1 seed - Ed Reed
Drafted by the Ravens with the 24th pick of the 2002 NFL Draft, Ed Reed flourished in the back of the secondary, becoming one of the best safeties to ever play the game in an illustrious career.
- Career stats: 64 interceptions, 141 pass deflections, 531 tackles, 7 touchdowns
- Achievements: Nine-time Pro Bowl selection, 2004 NFL Defensive Player of the Year, Ravens all-time leader in interceptions.
No. 2 seed - Derrick Mason
Mason arrived in Baltimore with much excitement after eight productive seasons in Tennessee. His accomplishments continued with the Ravens, becoming one of the great receivers in franchise history.
- Career stats: 943 receptions, 66 touchdowns, 12,061 receiving yards
- Achievements: Two-time Pro Bowl selection, Ravens all-time career leader in receptions and receiving yards
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