The Ravens definitely had a banner year in 2014 despite having so many injuries in the secondary that it made the team a liability in the playoffs. Clearly PFF grades out the Ravens along with those sentiments because two more players make the top 101 list and we aren't even half way through yet.
Left guard Kelechi Osemele finds himself on the list at rank number 68. PFF mentions that Osemele had the fourth-highest run blocking grade out of all guards in the NFL. An impressive stat given that the NFL is littered with talent along the offensive line. The few knocks that PFF does give on Osemele that could have seen him ranked higher was that his pass protection could be more consistent and that his second half of the season fell off a little due to injuries on the offensive line. With the entire offensive line coming back fresh this season along with a renewed Justin Forsett and a new offensive coordinator in Marc Trestman, Osemele can make quite the case for himself to be ranked higher on the next list.
Further down the list comes outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil at the 63rd overall spot. Part of the second-ranked sack defense in the league, Dumervil is no surprise to make this list as he did last year (69th spot overall in 2014). PFF mentions that Dumervil might not be the every down linebacker that some would want him to be, but that the Ravens are able to maximize his talents in pass rushing to see a grade of +1.0 in 11 games. Dumervil currently owns the third-highest pass rushing productivity score from the left side of all 3-4 outside linebackers. Not a bad player for the Ravens to have snagged away from an AFC rival for cheap.
With the list not even half way finished, the Ravens will likely have another handful of players left. Players like quarterback Joe Flacco, Terrell Suggs, Justin Forsett, Marshall Yanda and C.J. Mosley should all see their names in the future listings due to outstanding performances across the board and record years from all involved.