The Ravens' offensive line will face a tough test on Monday night when they square off against an aggressive Jets front-seven which prides itself on getting after the quarterback.
As of today, it's unclear from an outside perspective who will line up at right tackle against that New York front.
The possibilities include Oniel Cousins, who is coming off a concussion suffered late in training camp, Tony Moll, who started at right tackle in the third preseason game, and Marshal Yanda, who is the Ravens' starting right guard but has experience at right tackle.
"The good news is we've got options," offensive coordinator Cam Cameron said today. "You saw that Tony Moll started in the preseason and played well. It's nice having Oniel Cousins back, it looks like he's back to form. Everybody knows we've got some flexibility.
"Michael [Oher] played right tackle; we've got some flexibility there. So we've got a lot of options going into the game, and I feel really good about the guys we're going to have up, and the guys we're going to play."
Cousins might be the Ravens' first choice if he's fully healthy, but that's a decent sized "if" right now. The third-year tackle out of UTEP is trying to work back from a concussion, and while he seems optimistic about Monday night, it's unclear whether he will be ready to play against the Jets.
"I feel pretty good," Cousins said. "I was able to get out there, put the pads on and do some stuff. I feel pretty good overall. Get back at it today, and just continue to get better and progress every day so I can be ready to roll on Monday night.
"Doctors say just work back into it slow. I'm going to be smart, but mentality is I want to play on Monday. That's why I'm out there trying to do whatever I can, trying to see how my body feels every day. But overall so far, there haven't been any problems."
Moll has starting experience at right tackle from his days in Green Bay, and got a lot of reps at that spot late in training camp with Cousins out.
"I don't know exactly," Moll said when asked about his expectations for Monday. "It doesn't matter where we play, center, guard tackle, we prepare to play every position.
"I was able to get a lot of work with the first team for the first time in a while in the preseason. Hopefully, we'll find out soon who's going to be playing where. I'll at least be dressing hopefully."
The Ravens would prefer to not move Yanda from his right guard spot, but they'll slide him over to tackle and insert Chris Chester at guard if they have to. Yanda said they've been preparing for that contingency throughout the week.
"They're just getting me some reps there in case I have to play there," Yanda said. "If need be, we'll be ready to go. We don't know yet. They're just taking precautions. If we go that route, we'll be ready to go up there and play well."