2. The Offensive Line is a real area of concern
The offensive line was terrible in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game. It was absolutely terrible. It impacted all three quarterbacks (Griffin III, Josh Woodrum and Jackson) and the running backs throughout the game. The Ravens did not play Ronnie Stanley, James Hurst or Marshal Yanda and the line looked lost. Sure Orlando Brown Jr. had some impressive moments, but the Ravens showed that depth is a real problem up front for the Ravens.
One of the most troubling things for the Ravens is that Matt Skura had a fairly poor performance at center. He is the leading candidate for the Ravens center job, and he got pushed around a little in this game. In what was essentially the Bubble Players Bowl, Skura should have stood out as the best offensive lineman on the field. He didn’t even come close to that.
The Ravens have to figure some things out up front. Yanda and Stanley are obviously the rocks of the offensive line, but the Ravens are scratching their heads, wondering where to go after that. James Hurst may have become the third best offensive lineman the Ravens have. Who would have ever thought that was a sentence that would make sense? The offensive line needs to come up with a group of five that works, then they desperately need to stay healthy up front.