The Baltimore Ravens offensive line is one potential problem that could keep John Harbaugh up at night. The first reason for this is because options are lessening:
The Baltimore Ravens weren’t exactly proactive with the offensive line this offseason. They added a lot to the defense. They signed Danny Woodhead and Jeremy Maclin, but they’re only additions to the offensive line were two late draft picks. Since training camp started, John Urschel retired, and Nico Siragusa was sidelined for the season. Now an offensive line that needed things to go right is in even worse shape.
The Ravens depth was already a question going into camp. The Ravens have Ronnie Stanley at left tackle, and he better stay healthy. There is no viable backup on the roster. Alex Lewis is stuck at left guard with no viable answer on the roster. The center position is a battle between two people, Ryan Jensen and Matt Skura, so at least there is a backup no matter how it pans out. Jermaine Elumonor is a back up for Marshall Yanda and James Hurst at right guard and right tackle respectively. Outside of that the Ravens options are about as bountiful as comfort food in the health food aisle. This is the tofu of offensive line depth charts.
The Ravens don’t have much depth and they are seeing injuries more than birdwatchers see birds. If one or two things go wrong for the Ravens offensive line, it could be as bad as it was in 2013. Nobody wants that. Honestly the Ravens are an injury or two away from it being even worse than that. Nothing else can go wrong for the Ravens offensive line and it’s a long season.