3. We don't know: Who will end up taking the most snaps at OLB?
While the Ravens boast one of the strongest inside-linebacker pairings in the NFL, the outside members of the second line of the Flock's defense aren't even remotely close to the talent of the ILBs.
According to the Ravens depth chart released earlier this week, David Ojabo will be the main starter opposite Odafe Oweh with veteran Jadeveon Clowney hitting the pine at least for the first few snaps next Sunday.
Clowney spoke a few days ago about his relationship with Oweh, praising the third-year man and revealing how he's trying to help him to hone his skills. However, Clowney didn't show any signs of interest in doing the same with Ojabo, which could mean trouble.
Everybody in the organization believes in Ojabo's eventual development, but the Ravens are going all-in this season and hunting for an ever-elusive third Super Bowl. There might be no time to wait for Ojabo to break out.
Maybe a trade or simply benching him in favor of a former No. 1 overall pick and a much more experienced player like Clowney makes the most sense this year, so it's probable that Clowney ends up taking more snaps than Ojabo as the season grows older if the younger rusher's development stalls.