The latest came in Sunday’s 24-9 win over the
Osemele allowed just one quarterback hit in pass protection, according to Pro Football Focus, and he fared well in run blocking as the Ravens rushed for 172 yards and a touchdown Sunday.
“K.O. probably had the biggest adjustment to make,” offensive coordinator
Osemele, who replaced the hobbled
"It wasn't a tough adjustment," the 6-foot-5, 333-pound lineman said. "It was really fun. I love playing it. I had a good time. I think it's good to have the best give guys out there."
Osemele said the mental aspect of the position change was most challenging, as he had to get used to "the calls being flipped." He added that it is easier to pass protect as a guard instead of at tackle, where he would have to deal with dangerous speed rushers like Denver's
The Ravens are expected to go with the same offensive line combination Saturday against the