4. Can Morgan Moses handle Aidan Hutchinson?
The Detroit Lions pass rush is led by Aidan Hutchinson. In some ways, he carries this pass rush. Hutchinson has 36 pressures, while the other two edge rushers, John Cominsky and Charles Harris, combine for about the same amount. The second-overall pick has taken the leap in his second season, and the Lions are winning games because of it.
This will be a massive test for Morgan Moses. Moses is having an excellent year but has not been tested to the same degree as some other tackles. He took on Will Anderson in week one, and it was a great duel, with both sharing wins. Then, he shut down Sam Hubbard in week two as well as a solid performance against Kwity Paye in week three. He got injured in week four and missed five, which would have been a big test against TJ Watt. Moses came back for week six and held Denico Autry and Arden Key in check.
He has played well, but Anderson may be the best rusher he has faced, and that is just a rookie. This will be the biggest test of his season. If he can keep Lamar Jackson clean, it is hard to see any other Lions defenders winning consistently enough to impact the Ravens offense. Moses is the key to the game.