4 unheralded studs on the Baltimore through week six

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1. Geno Stone is the Baltimore Ravens most unherelded player

Geno Stone has been everything the Baltimore Ravens have wanted and more. The Ravens have lost Marcus Williams due to injury, and they have had to move Kyle Hamilton into the slot often this year. That has not slowed down Geno Stone, who has taken over the safety room and has become a top threat.

It is like the Ravens have not lost Williams at all, as Stone already has three interceptions this season. The timing of his picks has been huge as well. He changed the game against the Bengals and ensured wins against the Browns and Titans with the timing of his picks.

More than that, he has been stable as a tackler. The Ravens did not tender Geno Stone and let him test free agency. Any team that offered him a decent contract would have been able to sign him this spring. However, he wanted to stick with the Ravens and trusted what they were building with him. Now, they have all of the trust in him. His addition will make Marcus Williams and Kyle Hamilton even more versatile if they end up healthy at the same time.

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A third-string safety and someone no teams were looking to sign turning into one of the key players to a 4-2 season was not expected, but Ravens fans have to love it.

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