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PFF Grades Ravens-Falcons Preseason Finale

The grades are in, and for some, they aren't so pretty.

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The preseason finale between the Ravens and Falcons was surprisingly entertaining. While the Ravens didn't win the game, there were a few winners on both sides of the ball according to Pro Football Focus.



Curious what PFF grades are?

PFF's grades represent the most recent momentum of a player, or as they put it, "our rating is how good a player is right now." The grades are "represented through a 1 to 100 scale and [we] use a weighted depreciation over the past two years with more weight given to recent games." The green represent an uptick in performance, while red means the opposite.

PFF relies on a handful of analysts grading each and every play on a scale of -2 to 2, with -2 being a very bad play, and 2 being a very good one. For more info on PFF's grades, they can explain here.

Special thanks to Redditor to_be_quite_frank, for posting these each and every week.