2. The Baltimore Ravens know of Wyatt Teller well
This is one where the Baltimore Ravens know of Wyatt Teller a bit more. He has been a known presence in this rivalry, but still, he is a right guard, so it is easy to forget what he brings. Also, it is a good chance to bring up the interior line in general. Teller has been a stud, and Joel Bitonio has been with the Browns even longer.
However, last year, they added Ethan Pocic, and the combination has raised the ceiling of this run defense. They run a lot of outside zone, but these three can run diverse schemes, and it makes it hard to defend. So, how do the Baltimore Ravens defend this group?
One big issue is that the Ravens are struggling on the edge. Tavius Robinson and Jeremiah Moon are not great in run defense, and the Colts got outside often. Still, Michael Pierce is playing as well as any nose tackle right now, and both Justin Madubuike and Broderick Washington have had moments. This will be their toughest test along the interior, though, as the Colts had a backup center last week, the Texans had all backups, and the interior is the weakness for the Bengals.
Will the Ravens get pushed around, and will the Browns use their offensive line to create explosive runs in the second-level.