1. This has to be an Isaiah Likely for the Baltimore Ravens
The biggest difference between the Miami Dolphins and San Francisco 49ers is that the 49ers are built in the middle of their defense with Fred Warner and Dre Greenlaw in coverage. Meanwhile, the Dolphins are built outside, with Jalen Ramsey and Xavien Howard as their best coverage players.
So, for San Francisco, you have to throw outside. This is why Zay Flowers shined with nine catches for 72 yards against the 49ers. However, Miami needs to be attacked in the middle. They lost Jerome Baker and are starting Duke Riley at linebacker. Jevon Holland has missed four weeks and may be out again at safety.
This means that while last week was a Zay Flowers game this week, the Ravens have to lean on Isaiah Likely. So far, Likely has been as good as Mark Andrews in terms of production. The Ravens need him to maintain that level of play to be serious Super Bowl contenders.
With the handful of weapons on the roster, they do not need him every week, but when the matchup calls for it, he has to show up. Will Likely lead the Ravens in receiving, and will that guide them to victory?