The Kansas City Chiefs are fresh off a Super Bowl victory.
Many analysts across the league have proclaimed that they’ll return to the title game again in 2023, mainly due to Patrick Mahomes.
However, not everyone is on board with this claim due to the strength of several teams in the AFC.
In a recent ‘First Things First’ segment, Chris Broussard detailed his favorite pick to challenge the Chiefs.
“What is not to like about the Baltimore Ravens?” Broussard asked.
Who is the biggest challenger to a Chiefs repeat?
— First Things First (@FTFonFS1) July 25, 2023
Among other parts of this team, Broussard said that he expects “Lamar to have a monster year.”
Lamar Jackson has been criticized by many across the league, as they believe he doesn’t have what it takes to be a franchise quarterback.
The Ravens put their money where their mouth is, signing Jackson to an extension worth $260 million.
This ties him to the organization for the next five seasons as they look to dethrone the Chiefs as the leader of the AFC.
Knowing that Jackson is now their franchise leader, the Ravens have made several moves to help him this season.
Todd Monken has been brought in as the team’s new offensive coordinator.
Many believe this is a sign that Jackson is in line to throw more this year, given Monken’s track record with air-raid offenses.
This move has been supplemented with new receivers, taking Zay Flowers in the draft and making a splash by signing Odell Beckham Jr.
Broussard believes this team has what it takes to bring down the Chiefs.NEXT: Odell Beckham Jr. Arrives To His First Day Of Ravens Training Camp