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Obviously, there are certain things we all will be looking at tonight, like Ray Lewis, Jamal Lewis, Ed Reed, Steve McNair and Mike Anderson.

But some other things you may want to watch are:

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_No. 3 quarterback Brian St. Pierre: He has been impressive in training camp, and played reasonably well. He seems to know the offense, and appears comfortable going through his progressions. He doesn't have a real strong arm, but puts the ball in a spot where his receivers can go make plays. The only drawback is that some times he hangs passes. How long? Some times longer than a Ray Guy punt.

_Musa Smith: He has been just as impressive, nah, take that back, he has been more impressive than Anderson. Smith has shown good vision, acceleration and is cutting well. He looks a lot like the back the Ravens had two years ago when they thought he would some day replace Jamal Lewis. The kid runs hard.

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_Receivers Romby Bryant and Devard Darling: At times, both have been spectacular.

_ Offensive line: Somebody has to have a birthday wish coming up soon. Please blow out the candles and pray this group gets better. Again, if this group gets better and they can keep McNair healthy, than the Ravens can be as good as any other team in the AFC North, especially with the Bengals trading in those bizarre uniforms for orange jump suits.

_Dan Cody: The motor is there, but is there talent to match?

_Trevor Pryce: I haven't seen a lot yet from this guy to get me excited. He looks confused in the Ravens scheme, but he still has time.

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