1. Lamar Jackson, quarterback
As other teams have rested their starters in the preseason, the Ravens haven’t been shy about trotting Lamar Jackson out in both of their first two games. Honestly, if he’s to take the league by storm, he’ll have to evolve as a passer. With that being said, he’ll also need as many reps as he can get.
We don’t know how long he’ll play in Week 3’s contest, but we should all expect to see him. He’s thrown 16 passes in the first two games and completed ten of them, but it’s his ability as a runner that might make his time on the field versus Philly’s defense, for the first quarter or so, a very entertaining watch.
2. Justice Hill, running back
Even with Mark Ingram now on the roster, Justice Hill might be the most exciting watch of all of their running backs. He’s had a solid preseason so far, 82 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries. Add that to his two receptions, and he represents a nice test for Philly’s reserves, especially a linebacker grouping that we keep asking about whether or not they’re NFL ready.