10 burning questions that must be answered in Baltimore Ravens second preseason game

-Who can win starting jobs

-Can second-year players show they are taking that step?

-Which players are winning position battles?

-Can fringe players make the 53-man roster?

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8. Who is the better option for the Baltimore Ravens roster between Laquon Treadwell and Tylan Wallace?

The Baltimore Ravens' sixth wide receiver job remains a competition. There also is the small chance that they do not keep a sixth wide receiver. Still, it is pretty easy to look at the top five wideouts and think they are all locked into the roster.

Zay Flowers, Odell Beckham, and Rashod Bateman will start, with Nelson Agholor and Devin Duvernay having roles of their own. So, there is only one spot left. James Proche appears to be out of the mix, and the two finalists appear to be Treadwell and Tylan Wallace.

Tylan Wallace caught a touchdown in the preseason game, but reports were that Treadwell was excelling at training camp. Treadwell also was one of the best players on the field when it came to special teams.

The reality is that this is what the spot will come down to. So, we can watch the offense, but if you really want to know what is going to happen, you have to watch special teams. Both Treadwell and Wallace will get plenty of work in that area on Monday, and we may get some traction on who is in and who is out.