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OT Eugene Monroe
Regarded as the Ravens' best offensive lineman, offensive tackle Eugene Monroe hasn't lived up to that status through two preseason games.
According to Pro Football Focus (subscription required), Monroe's 24.0 grade in 2013 was the highest any Ravens player received in 2013. That was the best grade given to any Baltimore lineman.
However, PFF has given Monroe a minus-3.0 grade for his performance through two preseason games this year. He's given up three QB hurries in just 41 offensive snaps.
While he's not been terrible, he still hasn't lived up to the 5-year, $37.5 million deal he signed this offseason. Being the Ravens left tackle, Monroe protects Joe Flacco's blindside.
He's not done a good job at that this preseason, and Monroe needs to start playing better with the regular season nearing. The Redskins feature a pair of solid pass-rushers in Ryan Kerrigan and Brian Orakpo, who combined for 18.5 sacks in 2013. They will be a good test for Monroe.
OT Ricky Wagner
While Monroe has been the underperforming veteran, Ricky Wagner is still an unknown commodity at offensive tackle. As a rookie in 2013, Wagner registered just 131 offensive snaps.
However, because starting right tackle Michael Oher left in free agency, Wagner was left as the likely replacement. He eventually earned the starting job, but it's still unclear if he can hold up as a full-time starter.
So far this preseason, Wagner has played in 71 snaps while receiving a minus-0.3 grade. How well Wagner holds up against the likes of Orakpo and Kerrigan could help give us a better idea of how well he'll perform this upcoming season.
CB Corey Graham
Cornerback is a position the Ravens have done a poor of job of addressing this offseason. They let Corey Graham depart in free agency and did nothing in free agency or the draft to replace him.
Graham played in 1,293 defensive snaps over the past two seasons, essentially being a starter for Baltimore.
As of now, Asa Jackson, Chykie Brown, Jimmy Smith and Lardarius Webb are the only returning cornerbacks from the 2013 roster. Webb and Smith are two quality starters, but as mentioned before, are both dealing with injuries.
Brown played in just 39 defensive snaps in 2013, and Jackson was only used on special teams. Jackson has outplayed Brown in training camp thus far, but he too is dealing with an injury.
Entering his fourth NFL season, Brown has a great chance to make an impact on the Ravens defense in 2014. With Jackson, Webb and Smith set to miss Saturday's game against Washington, Brown will get the start and probably play into the third quarter.
He'll be tested as he goes up against Redskins receivers DeSean Jackson, Pierre Garcon and Andre Roberts.