10 questions Baltimore Ravens must answer week 5 at the Pittsburgh Steelers

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The Baltimore Ravens have a chance to put themselves firmly in the driver's seat with a win on the road against the Pittsburgh Steelers. However, all Ravens fans know that a trip to Pittsburgh is never going to entail an easy victory. What do Ravens fans and coaches need to see from their players as they take on the Steelers in week five?

10. Who will start at tackle for the Baltimore Ravens against T.J Watt and Alex Highsmith?

If you had to pick out the greatest strength of the Pittsburgh Steelers, it is their edge rusher group. T.J. Watt and Alex Highsmith are two of the best at what they do, and many will argue that Watt is the best. If you look at the Baltimore Ravens, you could make a strong case that their biggest question mark comes at tackle.

To be fair, things are trending up here. Both Ronnie Stanley and Morgan Moses practiced. If those two play, the Ravens may be fine. However, Stanley practiced early last week, missed Friday, and then sat out, so he is a true game-time decision, while Moses is worth watching in the same light.

If they miss the game, it is onto Patrick Mekari and Daniel Faalele. Mekari is fresh off a tough day in the office against Myles Garrett, while Faalele was beaten for a sack in the first 30 snaps he played as relief for Moses.

Getting one of Stanley or Moses is huge, both are game changers, and neither could result in the game being swung in the other direction.