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    PFF Grades After Week 10 (Cincinnati)

    https://www.pff.com/nfl/teams/baltimore-ravens/3/roster

    Changes in score are since the bye week

    OFFENSE

    88.1 Lamar Jackson (+6.8)
    87.0 Mark Andrews (+5.0)
    80.7 Ronnie Stanley (-0.1)
    80.3 Marshal Yanda (+3.7)
    79.9 Mark Ingram (-2.0)
    78.4 Nick Boyle (+2.3)
    77.6 Marquise Brown (+7.2)
    73.3 Gus Edwards (-1.8)
    69.8 Orlando Brown Jr (+3.6)
    69.2 Hayden Hurst (--)
    63.8 Matt Skura (-0.6)
    61.8 Patrick Mekari (-0.5)
    61.2 Willie Snead (+0.6)
    58.7 Miles Boykin (-4.4)
    58.1 Seth Roberts (-1.7)
    57.7 James Hurst (-3.8)
    56.1 Bradley Bozeman (-2.4)
    54.2 Justice Hill (-3.0)
    54.1 Chris Moore (+0.1)
    52.4 Robert Griffin III (-11.2)

    DEFENSE

    85.9 Marcus Peters (+3.6)
    80.5 Earl Thomas (+3.8)
    78.9 Josh Bynes (+3.1)
    74.4 Marlon Humphrey (+3.7)
    74.1 Jimmy Smith (+9.1)
    72.9 Brandon Williams (+7.4)
    71.9 Chuck Clark (-3.5)
    71.5 Zach Sieler (-9.6)
    70.7 Michael Pierce (-2.8)
    68.7 Tyus Bowser (-2.5)
    68.2 Chris Wormley (-4.9)
    67.2 Bennett Jackson (--)
    60.7 Brandon Carr (-0.2)
    59.9 Matthew Judon (+0.5)
    59.8 L.J. Fort (-10.0)
    56.4 Jihad Ward (-10.4)
    55.7 Cyrus Jones (--)
    54.1 Jaylon Ferguson (+1.7)
    53.1 Anthony Levine (-1.8)
    50.8 Daylon Mack (--)
    48.1 Patrick Onwuasor (+3.0)
    41.2 Anthony Averett (+2.5)
    33.9 Chris Board (--)

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    BELOW AVERAGE
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    Last edited by WNCRavensFan; 11-11-2019 at 06:43 PM.
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    Re: PFF Grades After Week 10 (Cincinnati)

    Removed from list due to IR or release:

    Maurice Canady
    DeShon Elliott
    Brynden Trawick
    Tony Jefferson
    Kenny Young
    Pernell McPhee
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    Re: PFF Grades After Week 10 (Cincinnati)

    Where's Ricard? He's not on the Def or Off list. Not enough snaps?

    Edit: it cant be based on number of snaps bc RG3 is listed.

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    Re: PFF Grades After Week 10 (Cincinnati)

    was not expecting to see Sieler or Bowser graded higher than average. i would expect Peanut to have the biggest increase from now until the end of the season on D. tough to predict who will improve the most on O, although my gut says Snead. i think slot receiver is the final ingredient they'll add to the mix this season.





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    Re: PFF Grades After Week 10 (Cincinnati)

    Quote Originally Posted by 757RavensFan View Post
    Where's Ricard? He's not on the Def or Off list. Not enough snaps?

    Edit: it cant be based on number of snaps bc RG3 is listed.

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    I do not know why but Ricard's page has no grade on it. I'm wondering the same thing. Maybe his two-way playing has them confused?
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    Re: PFF Grades After Week 10 (Cincinnati)

    Quote Originally Posted by PTORaven View Post
    was not expecting to see Sieler or Bowser graded higher than average. i would expect Peanut to have the biggest increase from now until the end of the season on D. tough to predict who will improve the most on O, although my gut says Snead. i think slot receiver is the final ingredient they'll add to the mix this season.
    Sieler's grade is going to fluctuate wildly because he doesn't have many snaps yet. Look at LJ Fort and Jihad Ward, their grades dropped big for whatever reason. They might gain a good chunk of that back vs Houston, we don't know.

    Bowser's been on the field all season so his score is more stable. Yes he's been playing pretty well, his coverage skills are getting back to college level (relatively speaking - after all the NFL is a lot tougher) and his run defense is improving (where that was a weakness in his game). He's got good speed but he's just not a premier pass rusher and never will be. Still IMO best suited playing WLB in a 4-3, but with all the different looks the Ravens D gives it's not an issue.
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    Re: PFF Grades After Week 10 (Cincinnati)

    Tyus Bowser, and I will admit he's a player I like, has been developing well in 2019. With McPhee injured (quite a defensive loss), others have had to pick up the slack/snaps. He's in his 3rd pro year and some take longer than others to grow. I think we will be happy to have him come January... Bc





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    Re: PFF Grades After Week 10 (Cincinnati)

    I'm surprised Marlon isn't higher. He's a lock to make the Pro Bowl to me, but maybe they value the big impact plays less in their numbers.





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    Re: PFF Grades After Week 10 (Cincinnati)

    Chuck Clark has been a nice surprise.





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    Re: PFF Grades After Week 10 (Cincinnati)

    Quote Originally Posted by PTORaven View Post
    was not expecting to see Sieler or Bowser graded higher than average. i would expect Peanut to have the biggest increase from now until the end of the season on D. tough to predict who will improve the most on O, although my gut says Snead. i think slot receiver is the final ingredient they'll add to the mix this season.
    Wasn't sure where else to put this--don't think it's exactly threadworth--but this Edgar Allen vid is a great breakdown of the well-rounded player Bowser has become. He hasn't blossomed into the disruptive pass rusher we hoped, but he's been really great in coverage and solid against the run this year. And most surprising for a guy that looked totally lost fairly frequently last year, he's been playing decisively and intuitively. Looks like the game has finally slowed down for him.



    I admit, I had completely written him off. I honestly didn't even think he'd make the team out of camp this year. Gotta give credit to my man Bc on this one, he never wavered in his confidence that Bowser would emerge.





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    Re: PFF Grades After Week 10 (Cincinnati)

    Quote Originally Posted by BcRaven View Post
    Tyus Bowser, and I will admit he's a player I like, has been developing well in 2019. With McPhee injured (quite a defensive loss), others have had to pick up the slack/snaps. He's in his 3rd pro year and some take longer than others to grow. I think we will be happy to have him come January... Bc
    LOL I hadn't even noticed this post when I made the above comment. You were right on with this one Bc, most here had lost faith in him (myself more than many) but you never did.





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    Re: PFF Grades After Week 10 (Cincinnati)

    Quote Originally Posted by AlbionHero View Post
    I'm surprised Marlon isn't higher. He's a lock to make the Pro Bowl to me, but maybe they value the big impact plays less in their numbers.
    he's also shadowing the majority of the time and playing slot many times and that is something he is still getting better at. He said he needed to learn to play the slot better if he was going to shadow a few weeks ago.





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