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Ravens vs Jaguars: PFF grades and notes

The grades for Week 10

Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

The Ravens might have lost on Sunday, but they still had some guys turn in some solid performances. Pro Football Focus was generous enough to give us grades for Week 10.


As you can expect, the Ravens Tight Ends got high grades for their performance on Sunday. Nick Boyle was given a grade of +2.3, fourth best out of all tight ends, Crockett Gillmore received a +1.3, which put him at eighth, and Maxx Williams came in at 11th with a +0.8 grade.

Kyle Juszczyk was the best fullback in the league on Sunday, getting a grade of +1.3, mainly for his work in the passing game.

Both of the Ravens offensive tackles played well, as Eugene Monroe received a grade of +4.0, best for any left tackle, and Rick Wagner received a grade of +4.6, second best among all right tackles.

As expected, Marshal Yanda got the best grade out of any offensive guard, a +4.0


Brandon Williams had an unspectacular week, with a grade of +2.5 grade against the run that ranks fourth among all defensive tackles.

Outside of his one mistake Elvis Dumervil actually had a pretty good day, as his two sacks and three hurries got him a grade of +3.0, best among all 3-4 edge rushers.

Daryl Smith had a +1.9 grade against the run and C.J. Mosley led all ILBs with a +2.3 coverage grade.

The Ravens aren't going to be winning too many more games this season, but they at least have a few players on hand that are worth keeping around for the future.