For the OL grades and analysis: http://russellstreetreport.com...patriots-92312/ Other Offensive Notes: The Patriots rushed 5 just 4 times on Flacco’s 39 drop backs. 32 times they rushed 4, 3 times they rushed 3 and they did not send a single deceptive rush. Unlike the game against the Eagles, the Ravens effectively handled this plain pass rush, providing Flacco with ATS on 27 of 39 plays (69%) With ATS, Flacco completed 20 of 27 throws for 323 yards, 2 TDs and 1 INT (12.0 YPP). Without ATS he was 8 of 12 for 59 yards (4.9 YPP) with 1 TD and 0 INT. Both the ATS and non-ATS statistics are excellent. For the season, Flacco now has 4 TD and 0 INT without ATS. In addition to the interception, Flacco began the game in frustrating fashion by throwing his first 4 passes on 3rd down short of the sticks. Arrington tackled Boldin for a 5 yard gain over the middle on 3rd and 6 (11:39). Dickson was taken down for a 3-yard gain by the right sideline on 3rd and 5 (Q1, 5:55), Flacco threw an incomplete 2-yard pass to Rice on 3rd and 6 that was negated by a pass interference by Mayo, and only Boldin’s 5 YAC via extension converted 3rd and 13 (Q2, 11:28). Torrey Smith’s list of accomplishments was long. He dislodged an interception from McCourty (Q1, 0:30) on an overthrow 40 yards down the right sideline. Still on the same drive (Q2, 9:53) he went up high over Arrington for his first TD from 25 yards out. He caught a pass 20 yards from the LoS in front of McCourty (Q3, 12:18) which he then advanced for 12 YAC by avoiding McCourty and Gregory. Could Sterling Moore cover him? No, he got behind him for a 38-yard grab down the left sideline (Q3, 6:43) despite a hold from Moore. He again beat McCourty for a TD falling to the right side of the end zone (Q4, 4:08) to set up the Ravens final defensive stand. The Ravens twice attempted their signature zone blocking play with a boot. Each time, Flacco was forced to check down (Q1, 7:01 and Q2, 6:36) for gains of 2 and 1 respectively. Dickson made good run blocks on consecutive plays on the Ravens first TD drive. He kicked out Ninkovich to clear a lane for Rice’s 8 yard run (Q2, 10:53) and followed that with another block of Ninkovich on Rice’s 5-yard carry (Q2, 10:27) Ray Rice remains a poor pass blocker, but had a rare pancake on a chip block (Q2, 3:44). Jacoby Jones had 5 nice plays in 5 times he was targeted: After Boldin Cleared out Chung, Jones caught a pass 18 yards downfield near the left hash and raced for 23 YAC. As he went down he turtled to protect the football something I always liked about Derrick Mason. He failed to get his 2nd foot in for what would have been a 35-yard gain down the right sideline on McCourty’s forceout (Q3, 12:26). He caught a ball between the numbers and the left hash for 21 yards, including 9 YAC (Q4, 6:11). He made a 24-yard reception in front of McCourty down the right sideline (Q4, 1:55) on the first play of the game-winning drive. He positioned himself well for Flacco’s 20-yard throw down the right sideline and drew a pass interference flag on McCourty (Q4, 0:55) to set up the winning kick 2 plays later. The Ravens won despite allowing a franchise record 33 first downs, including 8 by penalty. With the short week and travel, I’ll be unable to produce a review of the defense this week.