When the Baltimore Ravens have played teams in the past, it is usually their own injury report that will decide the game. However, recently, they have been coming into these games as the healthier team compared to their opponent. That will be the case on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins. What are the key injury updates to know this week?
4. The Miami Dolphins hope to get their offensive line healthier against the Baltimore Ravens
The Miami Dolphins have had a lot of shuffling in their offensive line in recent weeks. However, this week, they are hoping that some of that can end. At center, they will ride with Liam Eichenberg because Connor Williams is out for the season. Lester Cotton has stepped into the left guard spot since Eichenberg moved over in week 13.
Terron Armstead has only played eight games this year, but he appears ready to start this week. However, their right side has not been the same in recent weeks. Robert Hunt has been out since week 13 with a hamstring issue. Austin Jackson missed last week with an oblique issue. It left the team with Robert Jones and Kendall Lamm on their right side.
With Armstead holding it down on the left side, they made it through, but they had backups at four offensive line spots and beat the Dallas Cowboys. Now, they are hoping to get two starters back. Both of them are significant upgrades, and the combination changes more than most fans would think. This should be the five that the Dolphins roll into the playoffs with, as well, as they start to build continuity on their left side. Will this be the best that the Dolphins line has looked in a few weeks?