5 biggest takeaways from Baltimore Ravens preseason finale

-A starting job was won

-A backup job was won

-Two absences are noteworthy

-One roster spot may have been won the field

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1. Will Jeremiah Moon make the Baltimore Ravens roster?

One of the big questions is what the Baltimore Ravens will do in their edge rusher room. Tyus Bowser will be on the PUP to start the season after missing so much time this summer. So, it frees up a roster spot. Jadveon Clowney was signed, and he will join Odafe Oweh and David Ojabo.

Tavius Robinson was a fourth-round pick and should make the roster as well. However, with Bowser out, the team may be looking at Jeremiah Moon as a roster candidate. Moon has started the last two weeks across from David Ojabo. He has started ahead of Tavius Robinson.

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That is because of the two, Moon is best equipped to play the SAM role that Bowser played. He got plenty of work this preseason, almost like the Ravens knew there was a chance he would have to be trusted as the backup SAM on this roster. He has made strides in year two and should be one of those players right on the bubble as we head down the stretch to roster cut-downs.

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