Stock Down: 5 Baltimore Ravens stumbling down the depth chart after preseason week 2

The Baltimore Ravens rookies are struggling, and a well-known name has played himself off the roster.
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Tavius Robinson, Baltimore Ravens
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4. Tavius Robinson has not lived up to the Balimore Ravens expectations

Both Baltimore Ravens mid-round draft picks have struggled out of the gates. Tavius Robinson started across from David Ojabo in week one of the preseason. However, he was clearly the worst player between himself, Malik Hamm, and Jeremiah Moon.

This was obvious to the coaches as well. They started Moon over Robinson in the second preseason to see how he looked. Moon did not set the world on fire, but he did play better than Robinson when Robinson was given his chance.

So far this preseason Moon has six pressures on 49 pass rush snaps, per PFF. Robinson has three pressures on 48 snaps. Meanwhile, Hamm has three pressures on 30 pass-rushing chances. Hamm also has 11 plays where he dropped back into coverage while Moon has 12. Robinson has just six.

This shows that both Moon and Hamm are more direct backups to Tyus Bowser, while Robinson is a backup to David Ojabo and Odafe Oweh. All of a sudden, it is easy to make the case for Moon and Hamm to make the team over the rookie draft pick. Not a great development.