1. Who will play on the edge for the Baltimore Ravens?
The Baltimore Ravens have been shuffling a lot on the edges this season. David Ojabo is out for the season already and Odafe Oweh has not practiced, so there is a good chance he misses another week. Jadeveon Clowney missed practice with an illness, but appears to be ready to play.
Still, after Clowney are a bunch of question marks. Against the Steelers, the Ravens resorted to starting Malik Harrison at outside linebacker. They had him split work with Kyle Van Noy. Tavius Robinson has been a disappointment so far.
So, do we continue to see Malik Harrison in this role? Do the Ravens get Tyus Bowser back? Andre Dillard is a castoff from the Eagles, and Chris Hubbard was known as a swing tackle for years. The Ravens should be able to get a push on both, but this is the weakest portion of their defensive front. A healthy Tyus Bowser would help in a big way, but would would seeing someone like Van Noy find his footing or Robinson get through the rookie wall.