1. Rock Ya-Sin was not a great signing by the Baltimore Ravens
When the Baltimore Ravens signed Rock Ya-Sin, most fans thought that he would be starting opposite of Marlon Humphrey for most of the year. Little did they know that Brandon Stephens and Ronald Darby would be the two primary cornerbacks this year.
Rock Ya-Sin has yet to earn much work this year. It started with an injury in training camp that caused him to miss week one. The team only signed Darby because Ya-Sin was hurt, but Darby has been better so far. Ya-Sin and Darby started to split work from weeks two through four, but he returned to the bench. He played small roles in weeks seven and eight and came in for the injured Humphrey in week 10.
However, Ronald Darby started over him in week 11. Ya-Sin played but committed pass interference when Jake Browning came into the game. He was benched for Jalyn Armour-Davis and then did not play at all in week 12. So, the last time we saw Ya-Sin, he was benched and has not had a chance to redeem himself. After the bye week, it will be either Darby or Humphrey starting across from Stephens. If the health continues for Baltimore, Ya-Sin will finish his season with that being his last memory for fans.