Thanks for the help. I know BGE faces a tough D. However, I feel that it will be a low scoring back and forth affair, since Ravens aerial assault isn't exactly electrifying. This will keep the run game relevant. Whereas, Jackson faces a Detroit team that is explosive and features a lethal passing attack. Rams should be playing from behind the whole game, limiting Jackson's importance.
Your line-up looks solid. The thin RB situation will improve, in my opinion, because I think Hunter emerges as RB1 in SF and BGE is going to surprise people, especially if Dalton-Green connection can keep the passing game a concern for opposing D's.