With the Ravens having spent two of their first five draft picks on defensive lineman and with Lewis-Moore now healthy after sitting out last year to rehab his knee, there is not a lot of room for anybody else to crack the rotation.
The Ravens gave undrafted Virginia Tech defensive tackle Derrick Hopkins a $10,000 signing bonus for the highest bonus the AFC North franchise negotiated this year for their class of undrafted free agent rookies.
As the Steelers head into Sunday's showdown at Heinz Field, they have been plagued with some of the same problems as the Ravens — the lack of a consistent running game, leaky pass protection and losing the turnover battle.
Their offensive line is under the microscope. None of their running backs have strung together a couple of productive games. And they are one of the NFL's worst rushing offenses in terms of yards per carry. Is that referring to the Ravens or the rival Pittsburgh Steelers, their opponents on Sunday? Both, actually.