7 Winners and 4 Losers from Ravens 29-28 loss to Washington

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Tylan Wallace
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Winner: WR Tylan Wallace

This is Wallace's statline from Monday: one target, one reception, seven yards, one touchdown.

That is, also, the statline of the future WR6 of the Ravens for the 2023 season with barely a week between now and the final roster cuts.

Wallace, who already caught a 10-yard pass for a touchdown against the Philadelphia Eagles a little over a week ago (that one thrown by QB2 Tyler Huntley), got to score his second touchdown in as many games on Monday to simply earn the sixth-wideout role in the Ravens offense if the franchise decides to name as many players in their regular-season roster.

The touchdown, which followed a DPI call that was also forced by Wallace on the previous play, helped the wide receiver to grab his lone "official" target on the day for a score.

Wallace is going to find it hard to get in-game reps, let alone targets, if he makes the cut in an offense that is already loaded to the brim with Odel Beckham, Zay Flowers, Rashod Bateman, Mark Andrews, and whole bunch of capable rushers.

However, Wallace's special team chops and his ST skill set could become a deciding factor in brining him into the regular-season squad along with fellow ST/borderline-receiver Devin Duvernay.

Wallace's production in actual preseason games, as well as his relentless work ethic through camp (Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic pointed it out here) will combine to have his name included in the final DC. Pencil this one in.