The Ravens seem to have everything in place on offense.

They have two vertical threats at receiver in Torrey Smith and Jacoby Jones, and two good running backs in Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce. They also recently signed quarterback Joe Flacco to a six-year, $120.6 million contract.

The question is who will protect Flacco's blind side?

If a team makes that type of investment in a quarterback, it should at least have a quality player protecting him where he is most vulnerable.

Right now, the Ravens don't have a great answer for the left offensive tackle position, and it will be interesting to see how they handle it during the NFL draft which is about two weeks away.

According to most of the draft experts there are three standout left offensive tackles — Texas A&M's Luke Joeckel, Central Michigan's Eric Fisher, Oklahoma's Lane Johnson — but all are expected to be gone by the time the Ravens select at No. 32 in the first round.

With 12 overall picks, the Ravens could trade up.

"These are three left tackles that are all bunched together, three left tackles that you're splitting hairs trying to separate," ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper said. "They're pretty much equal. In a normal draft, they'd be between seven and 15. In this draft, they get pushed up. And Lane Johnson has made a lot of strides since that Senior Bowl week where he was dominant, plus he can play left tackle or right tackle.