Ronnie Stanley needs this week off as much as anyone. Do not be surprised if neither Stanley nor Morgan Moses suits up for this one. Kevin Zeitler is already deemed out, and there is no need to risk Tyler Linderbaum, considering how valuable he is to the Ravens' success.
With that in mind, we should see full games from Patrick Mekari and Daniel Faalel at tackle. Both have been working rotationally in recent weeks. Stanley and Moses may end up being active due to the injuries around them, but Mekari and Faalele deserve looks with full snaploads.
At guard, John Simpson has been up and down, and of the five starters, he is the one that should play this week. At center, it will be Sam Mustipher, and Ben Cleveland will play right guard, where he started last week. Sala Amumave-Laulu should be active this week and may sub in for Simpson late into the game, depending on the situation.
Both Justin Madubuike and Michael Pierce are playing more snaps than ever. They may both be active, but both should swap roles with Travis Jones and Broderick Washington. Those two will start and get the major work, and they will hope to hardly play their two starters. Brent Urban can eat into that work as well, but this is a great chance for Washington and Jones to get valuable experience.
Jadeveon Clowney and Kyle Van Noy may suit up, but neither will play much given their veteran status and injury histories. The team may play Odafe Oweh, only in a part-time role, and mainly because they have to give snaps to someone.
The Ravens should call up Jeremiah Moon and have him play across from Tavius Robinson for most of the game. At the least, it will be Oweh, Moon, and Robinson rather than Oweh, Clowney, and Van Noy.