5 must-watch positions in Baltimore Ravens preseason finale

The defensive side of the ball and one key area on offense are the most important areas to watch when the Ravens kick off their preseason finale
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The Baltimore Ravens have not announced much, but it is hard to see very many starters playing. Guys like Lamar Jackson, Ronnie Stanley, and Odell Beckham are too proven and also have too long of an injury track record to get a long look at in the preseason. Beyond that, this part of the year is important for end-of-the-roster players to make the team and depth chart battles to work themselves out.

What are the positions that Ravens fans must have their eyes on when the team takes the field?

5. The Baltimore Ravens edge rushers are must-watch

The Baltimore Ravens edge rusher group will be a must-watch. Jadeveon Clowney is one of those veterans who should not play, and Odafe Oweh is unlikely to see the field as well. David Ojabo has started the last two weeks and should get work again.

He is essentially a rookie, and the team needs to have him rust-free after missing a season. Then, there is the battle behind Ojabo. With Tyus Bowser missing time on the PUP, the Baltimore Ravens will have to rely on one of Tavius Robinson, Malik Hamm, or Jeremiah Moon to get work on the defense this year.

One and maybe two of those names will make the roster. Robinson is the most likely as he is the rookie draft pick, but at the same time, he has struggled more than Moon and Hamm. Moon started the most recent game and has played a role similar to Bowser. Then, there is Hamm, the rookie UDFA who has come on hot with a case to make the roster. Can he keep this going, and do any of them set themselves apart?