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Which Ravens helped themselves and who didn't vs. the 49ers

The Ravens have guys competing for jobs and some of them certainly helped themselves on Friday night and they have some guys who didn't.

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Who helped themselves

Kamar Aiken

Aiken made a case to get the last roster spot, as he led all receivers on Friday with four receptions for 46 yards and was the most frequent target of backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor.

Jeremy Butler

The rookie wideout caught both passes Tyrod threw to him, including one for a touchdown.

Lorenzo Taliaferro

Taliaferro carried the ball 13 times 71 yards and displayed the ball security that Bernard Pierce and Justin Forsett didn't.

Asa Jackson

Jackson made a case for the Ravens No. 3 cornerback  job as he intercepted a pass intended for tight end Derek Carrier.

Rick Wagner

Wagner was unnoticed on the right side and wasn't responsible for any penalties, which is a welcome sight.

Who didn't help themselves

Chykie Brown

Brown was in position to make plays twice during the game and was flagged for pass interference twice.

Keith Wenning

He didn't do anything wrong, but his only action of the night came in victory formation.

Justin Forsett

Forsett was out-shined by Pierce and Taliaferro and he also had a fumble that was recovered by Perrish Cox.

Deonte Thompson

Thompson only caught one out of the four passes that Taylor threw his way and was bested by Asa Jackson in the return game.

Tyrod Taylor

Taylor was using his legs and missed easy throws. He looked good,but that was against guys who will be bagging groceries in a month. Surely the Ravens will play Wenning more against the Redskins.