2. The Pittsburgh Steelers tackles can be exposed by the Baltimore Ravens
The Pittsburgh Steelers' offensive tackles have been an issue for this team. On the left side, Dan Moore has been the Steelers' worst starter on the line. However, he left week four against the Texans after just seven snaps, and it led to the team relying on rookie Broderick Jones. The torch was going to be passed soon anyways, so the Steelers may just ride with Jones from here.
Still, this means that Jones will make his first start against the Ravens. This is a matchup they must own. Chukwuma Okorafor has not been much better, either. Still, he has seen some names such as Nick Bosa, Maxx Crosby, Za'Darius Smith, and Will Anderson. So, the question is, do the Steelers get a break against some of the Ravens, or can the Ravens bring the same heat?
It is hard to see Tyus Bowser back this week, so Okorafor will see a lot of Jaeveon Clowney and Kyle Van Noy this week. The Ravens may try to get Clowney matched up with the rookie as often as possible, however, the status of Odafe Oweh will determine that more.
Oweh is supposed to practice, but we do not know his game status yet. If Oweh returns, he will take on Jones and give him all that Jones can handle.