2. Odafe Oweh needs to bounce back to make the Pro Bowl.
A lot of Baltimore Ravens were projecting Odeafe Oweh to make his first Pro Bowl last year. He was supposed to be on the same plan as Tyler Linderbaum, or at least the plan we projected in the previous slide.
Oweh had a big-time rookie year, but it fell under the radar because he was a rookie. He was primed for a big year two, but it did not go that way, and he evaded the Pro Bowl again. However, when we looked at the advanced stats, we noted that Oweh was still winning at the same rate, if not better, but the sacks were not coming.
So, if Oweh actually keeps up his progression, he could see some of the sacks he just missed on come to fruition this year, and Oweh could end up with a much better season than expected.
When you add in that Oweh may be due for more sacks to the reality that David Ojabo will be taking away some attention, there is a chance that they come together for his best year yet. The Ravens defense is relying on him, but they have the pieces around him to help him thrive. This is a great chance for Odafe Oweh to make the Pro Bowl.