The NFL preseason is a chance for players to prove why they deserve to be a part of the 53-man roster that will be assembled by the coaches come September.
The Ravens have plenty of battles to pay attention to this preseason and we’re going to look at who improved their chances of making the team and who may have inched themselves closer to the chopping block in last night’s 26-13 victory over the Packers.
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The Ravens extended their preseason undefeated streak to 14 games with their 29-0 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in the preseason opener last Thursday night at M&T Bank Stadium.
Second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson was sharp in limited action, going 4-of-6 for 59 yards, including a 10-yard touchdown pass to Willie Snead IV. Jackson had no rushing attempts and led three drives overall, resulting in 10 points.
Many Ravens starters had the night off against Jacksonville. But with the season fast approaching, more starters could see the field this Thursday night when the Ravens welcome the Green Bay Packers for their second preseason contest of 2019. The Packers opened their preseason with a 28-26 win over the Houston Texans last Thursday.
Here’s three things to watch for ahead of preseason contest number two.