Baltimore right tackle:
Morgan Moses: 233 snaps
Primary matchup: Will Anderson, Sam Hubbard, Kwity Paye, Dayo Odeyingbo, Ogbo Okoronkwo, Za'Darius Smith
Morgan Moses had been one of the few constants on the offensive line. The Ravens are shuffling at center and left tackle already. Right guard has been a let down, and John Simpson has not been a huge shock with his issues. This has left Morgan Moses as the reliable hand.
Will Anderson showed him how good his ceiling can be in week one. Morgan Moses handled his own, but it was impressive to see the flashes from the rookie. Moses bounced back in a big way against Sam Hubbard and had one of his best games against the Bengals, particularly in pass protection.
Against the Colts, he essentially shut down Kwity Paye as well, and it was starting to become a trend how consistent his play was. Unfortunately, week four was not the same. He only played 29 snaps, but in that time he allowed three pressures. Za'Darius Smith was getting the best of him, and you wonder if he played a few snaps with his injury. Now, he joins the list of question marks as he is likely to miss week five.
Morgan Moses Grade: B+
Daniel Faalele - 29 snaps
Primary matchup: Ogbo Okoronkwo, Za'Darius Smith
Daniel Faalele did not look good in his limited time. He played just 29 snaps and allowed a quick sack to Ogbo Okoronkwo. If Ogbo Okoronkwo was too fast for the lumbering lineman, what will happen against TJ Watt if he is asked to start?
Daniel Faalele Grade: D-