2. The Baltimore Ravens will take on a different looking offensive line
One of the biggest signings that the Pittsburgh Steelers made this offseason is adding Isaac Seumalo from the Philadelphia Eagles. He has been solid, but he has not changed the fate of this offensive line. The issue is that he was a complimentary piece on the Eagles, but he is looked at as one of the best linemen on the Steelers.
This will present a chance for the Baltimore Ravens to attack other spots. There could be some other changes on the offensive line as well. James Daniels has been in the rivalry before, but he is injured, and the Steelers may have their backup right guard, Nate Herbig, starting this Sunday.
Beyond that, Dan Moore is also injured, and the Steelers could be starting rookie Broderick Jones. Jones was a first-round pick, so while the Steelers wanted to ease him in, this may have just been the right time anyway.
Between Jones and Seumalo, the Ravens will be seeing a brand-new left side of the offensive line. The Steelers may be shuffling their right guard as well. It presents a matchup advantage for the Baltimore Ravens in the trenches that they have to take advantage of.