1. The Baltimore Ravens may be able to unleash Jadeveon Clowney
The Baltimore Ravens will get the most out of Jadeveon Clowney because of the signing of Kyle Van Noy. When the Ravens initially signed Clowney, he was the Bowser replacement. That is because neither David Ojabo nor Odafe Oweh had experience off of the football.
So, Clowney had to adjust to the role, which meant playing off of the football at times and dropping into coverage. He dropped into coverage seven times in three games after dropping 19 times over three years before this. Now, Van Noy can play this role.
This will bring out the best in Clowney. Clowney is a great run defender and can attack with his hand on the line. At his best, Oweh is better in this role, but Clowney is more suited for this role than any sort of hybrid role that includes filling in for Tyus Bowser. Still, it also makes you wonder how long Oweh will be back if the Ravens are already moving Clowney into his role.