The actual answer remains to be seen. With Dennis Pitta out for the year and Ed Dickson sidelined for the preseason, Baltimore's wide receivers will likely receive an extensive look this preseason since the remaining tight ends are Visanthe Shiancoe, Billy Bajema, Matt Furstenburg and Alex Silvestro. Torrey Smith is the only proven receiver left on the roster with Boldin gone, though there's a lot of young but unproven talent throughout the receiving group.
The two receivers to keep an eye on are Tandon Doss and Deonte Thompson. Both receivers will be used over the middle, especially without the presence of a go-to tight end. Thompson has elite-level speed, something Joe Flacco raved about on Tuesday. If the receivers show they're capable of producing, then the scheme won't change much in the regular season. If not, the Ravens could wind up searching for a veteran receiver in free agency or relying on the run game a little more.
2. Are there any sleepers on the roster we should keep an eye on during the preseason game?
3. How much will the starters play during the game?