Who helped themselves
Fitzgerald Toussaint: Toussaint was the Ravens leading rusher (17 carries, 103 yards) and had some good long runs. I'm not saying he'll make the roster but he's done a good job getting a practice squad spot.
Dominique Franks: Franks was the best cornerback Thursday night, stopping the Saints in the red zone and has almost certainly won himself a spot on the 53-man roster.
Michael Campanaro: Campanaro has been impressive as a punt returner, kick returner and wide receiver. He would be doing even better if not for stupid penalties.
John Simon: Simon had a great game against. the Saints, making some tackles and having a presence in the backfield and the pass rush. If anything, Simon made a case for more playing time.
Deonte Thompson: Thompson scored his third touchdown of the preseason, an eight-yard reception from Tyrod Taylor. Thompson went from a sure-cut to a near-lock.
Tyrod Taylor: Taylor made plays with his legs and with his arms. It appears that he shall be Joe Flacco's back-up once again.
Derek Cox: Cox showed the talent that he had in Jacksonville Thursday night, stopping the Saints for no gain on first down and getting a pass deflection. He certainly made a case for a roster spot.
Keith Wenning: Wenning had a good enough night on Thursday to show why he deserves a roster spot. Or at least why he should be kept around.
Who didn't help themselves
Kamar Aiken: Aiken prematurely stopped running his route, leading to a Ravens interception and couldn't stay in bounds for a would-be touchdown. For a guy on his last shot, those are not a good things to do. However, he did lead the Ravens in receiving with four catches for 57 yards.
Philip Supernaw: Supernaw suffered an injury and his best shot for employment is probably IR at this point.
Jeremy Butler: Butler was unspectacular on Thursday and he had an offensive pass interference penalty, as well as a pass deflect off his hands that Michael Campanaro came down with.