It certainly didn't help that Ben Grubbs didn't start for the first time in 61 games. Grubbs has always been the most underrated member of the Ravens offensive line, and in Week 1, he and Bryant McKinnie looked like they were going to be a pretty darn good tandem. When the Ravens were forced to put Mark LeVoir in his place on Sunday, it was less effective. I can't say whether or not starting LeVoir over Andre Gurode this week was the right decision. Maybe Gurode's not in great shape, or maybe he doesn't know the playbook, or maybe the Ravens just aren't comfortable yet with him at guard. But I do think if Grubbs toe injury lingers, Gurode needs to get a shot to play there. With respect to LeVoir, there is a reason he's a free agent playing for the veteran minimum and Gurode is a 5-time Pro Bowl selection. Center and guard are different, sure, but when you break it down to the fundamental level, blocking is blocking. And Gurode has shown over the course of his career that he's pretty good at blocking.