3. The Baltimore Ravens right tackle must step up against TJ Watt
As we stand right now, the Baltimore Ravens currently have three options at right tackle. First, the best option is Morgan Moses. He has been great this year. However, he left Sunday's game early. While we thought he might be out longer, he actually has practiced this week, although it was just in a limited capacity on Thursday.
If he sits, the Ravens have two options. It sounds like Ronnie Stanley will play, so that could lead to Patrick Mekari having a chance to start on the right side. Of course, it would be a big swing for him, but he is here for that flexibility. Then, the team rolled with Daniel Faalele last week. However, he gave up a sack in the 29 snaps he played. So, he may be the worst option. A fourth sneaky option is Ben Cleveland, but the coaching staff does not appear to trust him.
Either way, the Baltimore Ravens will have their hands full on Sunday. T.J. Watt rushes exclusively against the right tackle. If it is banged-up Moses, a backup switching side, or a backup off of poor performance, Watt is going to make that tackle play.
The Ravens will have to help with chips and stunts. At the same time, the Baltimore Ravens need their right tackle to step up.