One of the biggest surprises of the Baltimore Ravens postseason has been the play of their line, especially the pass protection on the edges.
Left tackle Bryant McKinnie, whose offseason problems with playing shape and a late arrival to training camp, didn't make his first start of the season until the wild-card playoff game against Indianapolis. In two games, McKinnie hasn't allowed a sack or a quarterback hit. He also hasn't committed a penalty.
Michael Oher, who moved from left tackle to his more natural spot on the right side, also hasn't allowed a sack or a quarterback hit in the postseason. He allowed 10 sacks in 16 regular-season games at left tackle.