4. Are the Baltimore Ravens just feeding on bad and injured quarterbacks?
This was a question we asked before the Baltimore Ravens lost to the Cleveland Browns. Still, we noted that you can argue that, circumstantially, DeShaun Watson would be the best quarterback the Ravens played all year.
They got to play CJ Stroud in week one with a bad offensive line. Stroud was on the road, and it is hard to think he would have done well in that spot. Joe Burrow is dealing with a calf injury. From there, it was Gardner Minshew, Dorian Thompson-Robinson, Kenny Pickett, Malik Willis for most of the game, Joshua Dobbs, and the duo of Jared Goff and Geno Smith as the best two they have faced.
Now, they face DeShaun Watson, and he is making plays down the field and with his legs. Were the Baltimore Ravens just lucky, or is this defense for real? Joe Burrow is healthy now, and there is a good chance that Tee Higgins is back. Justin Herbert, Trevor Lawrence, Miami, and San Francisco are still on the schedule. Does the schedule break this group?