1. The Baltimore Ravens are getting key contributions from depth pieces
The Baltimore Ravens have depth pieces that are coming out of nowhere to make big plays. It is underrated how valuable Patrick Mekari is to come into the game for a series here and there and hold his own at left tackle.
On defense, Travis Jones started to play more down the stretch run and now is getting close to starter snaps. Ronald Darby filled in for an injured Marlon Humphrey, and the defense did not take any steps back. Arthur Maulet is forcing the Ravens to move Kyle Hamilton to move back to safety, and even Malik Harrison played nine snaps against the Texans and recorded one hurry and one run stop.
The Ravens are getting value from their roster from top to bottom. That is how you know this group is ready to take on a Super Bowl run.