The Baltimore Ravens will kick off their 2023 regular season with a matchup against the Houston Texans in Week 1 on Sept. 10, following their early exit from the 2022 postseason at the hands of the Cincinnati Bengals.
There have been a lot of changes around Baltimore including the hiring of new Offensive Coordinator Todd Monken, the signing of veteran wideout superstar Odell Beckham Jr., the drafting of rookie phenom Zay Flowers, and of course the return of QB Lamar Jackson, TE Mark Andrews, and a healthy Ronnie Stanley.
After the Ravens named their initial 53-man roster and applied some final touches to it through the week leading up to the regular-season kick-off, here are Ebony Bird's Positional Power Rankings for the offensive groups of the Ravens.
5. Offensive Line
Starting off, it's unquestionable that Ronnie Stanley leads the charge as the left tackle, Kevin Zeitler adds a lot to the mix, and second-year center Tyler Linderbaum is already looking like a massive stud.
The competition at left guard tells you a bit about this ranking, as a glaring hole there showcased the need for a subpar option to fill the gap in a battle that involved an ostracised lineman, a rookie, and a free-agent signing.
The Ravens are placing their bets on Stanley's health as well as an ever-developing-and-improving Linderbaum. On top of that Zeitler and Moses are more than solid veterans, and the depth is good enough with former starters elsewhere (Sam Mustipher) available in the practice squad and ready for a call-up in case of emergency.