1. Daryl Worley makes the Baltimore Ravens more versatile
The Baltimore Ravens activated Daryl Worley from the IR this week and he played for the first time since week four. This gave the Ravens' defense another added dimension that will make them even tougher to defend.
Worley plays safety, which gives them a lot of depth in a position where they have not had any depth for a while. It also lets the Ravens be multiple. When Worley plays safety, Kyle Hamilton moves to the slot, and when Arthur Maulet plays the slot, they have Hamilton at safety.
After one game together, Worley played 22 snaps, and Maulet played 21. They combined for 43 of the 49 defensive snaps. It means a lot of them on the field, but with them mixing and matching it meant a lot of Hamilton moving around as well. This brings out the best in Kyle Hamilton. You could argue Sunday was his best game since week three when he played a full-time slot and recorded three sacks.
Worley played well, but the ripple effect of his addition is even bigger for this defense. Imagine what they can do when they get Marcus Williams back.