3 positive performances in the Baltimore Ravens loss

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2. Jadeveon Clowney has continued his great year with the Baltimore Ravens

Jadeveon Clowney is off to a strong start to the 2023 season. It is only three games, but he is pacing for one of the best years of his career, and it is even better when you watch the deep. Clowney has been a destroyer.

In week one, you can say that the offensive line he played was weak. Still, he had five pressures. In week two, he was dominant against Jonah Williams. The Ravens even asked him to play both sides at times because of an injury Odafe Oweh.

In week three, David Ojabo joined Odafe Oweh on the injured list. So, it was just Clowney next to Tavius Robinson and Jeremiah Moon. Clowney was supposed to be the third wheel, but now he is the top dog.

He showed up with six pressures in this game. He beat Berhard Raimann but mostly did his work against Braden Smith, who has a notable reputation.

He could not do it all on his own, but he is showing that if Oweh and Ojabo could get healthy, and he could be that third option, this group would come together fast.