Every week Profootballfocus posts stats and scores for every team, and each week we get to cheer or jeer at our individual efforts the same as the final scores of each game.
Marshal Yanda: Ranking fifth against the Bengals in an overall rating of 3.1 & second in total with a positive 9.1 rating.
Timmy Jernigan: A positive 2.6 against the Bengals fights for a top 10 tie for seventh place.
Elvis Dumervil: A superstar third place behind Von Miller and Khalil Mack. Pass rush the second best ranking only behind Miller grading at 6.3 for Dumervil.
C.J. Mosley: The 4th ranked ILB on an overall of 2.6 against the Bengals. So far during the season Mosley is the 3rd best backer with an overall of 4.4. Ahead of Mosley stands David Harris and Brian Cushing. This means Mosley is ranking better than Clay Matthews, Brandon Marshall, NaVorro Bowman, and Bobby Wagner.
Brandon Williams: The big guy dominating the DT position as the top graded player in week 3. An overall of 6.7 and the best run stopping DT of 5.8. Williams for the season is the 4th ranked Defensive Tackle behind superstars Aaron Donald and Geno Atkins. Overall the best rating for run stopping at 11.5 but the negative pass rush is holding him back. A very bright spot in the Ravens teeth clenching embarrasment for Baltimore defense.
James Hurst: The third worst last week against the Bengals, and an overall of -23.4 puts Hurst as the dead last tackle in the NFL. And you wonder why this offense can't get it going?
Kelechi Osemele: Rockstar guard tandem last season and now a contract year? KO was expected to dominate the league, yet now he is the Tied for 54th worst guard in the NFL at -4.5.
Justin Forsett: What the ....?! A -5.0 overall puts J-Force as the worst half-back in the league. His pass catching skills worst in the NFL, and his pass blocking ability is 2nd worst.
Courtney Upshaw: The Ravens have worked with Upshaw for seasons on end now to become a better pass rusher and clearly it is not working. A -5.3 rushing rating and an overall of -6.6 are both the worst ratings in the NFL.
Kyle Arrington: Ranking 91 of 100 for qualifying cornerbacks with a -4.3 coverage grade.
Ravens have some really good good news. Even more so terrible bad news. Hopefully the team tightens up those very loose ends because the worst left tackle in the league and worst outside linebacker is very bad news for any team.