3 things the Baltimore Ravens must sort out during the bye week

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1. Will the Baltimore Ravens continue to rotate their offensive tackles?

When the Baltimore Ravens came out of their bye week, they decided to rotate both tackles. Morgan Moses and Ronnie Stanley have both missed time due to a plethora of injuries, and they both entered the bye week playing some of their worst football. 

So, in an effort to keep them fresh but also work them enough to avoid rust, the Ravens have platooned them. They typically will play all but a series or two in each half, and they even platooned in the meaningless week 18, but this has got both to the playoffs healthy.

Now, the question is whether or not this continues. On the left side, Patrick Mekari has been just as good as Ronnie Stanley. Do they keep this rotation, or is that too much work for such a big game?

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On the right side, if Morgan Moses can give 100% of the snaps, he should. Can he, and will he? What the Ravens do at tackle may define whether they make a run or have another postseason collapse.