7 positives, 10 negatives, and 3780 words about the Ravens 22-19 OT loss to the Colts

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Negative: It took a David Ojabo injury to appreciate Jadeveon Clowney's greatness

Ask any Ravens fan and he will tell you how much potential there is in David Ojabo. So far, he's not shown any of it.

Ojabo left Sunday's game early with an ankle injury and spent most of the matchup watching from the sidelines. He was out by the end of the first quarter and he didn't return.

Thankfully, the Ravens decided to sign a seasoned, proven veteran in Jadeveon Clowney this offseason through the late stages of training camp out of precaution.

They hit the jackpot, and with Ojabo's injury opening the door in full once and for all for the former no. 1 pick, Baltimore will surely improve their pass rush and defense as a whole.

With Odafe Oweh (ankle) ruled out, Clowney stepped up and although he didn't really filled the stat sheet the veteran was super impactfull on a play-by-play basis applying pressure from the edge and keeping the Colts line busy and QB Gardner Minshew worried and on alert.

Jeremiah Moon, who debuted on Sunday, completed five tackles in his first game as a pro. That's two more than Ojabo through three weeks, with the latter appearing in all games and having experience from last season. Alas.