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Ravens vs. Patriots final: Winners & Losers

What a devastating night

NFL: Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots Paul Rutherford-USA TODAY Sports

The Baltimore Ravens (6-3) fell victim to mother nature, the injury gods and Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots (4-5) with a final score of 17-23.


Willie Snead IV — An absolutely dominant affair, scoring two touchdowns on five receptions for 64 yards.

Orlando Brown Jr. — Was formidable in blocking tonight.

Sam Koch — Three punts, all inside the 20. One of them going 58 yards. He did his best to give the Ravens good field position.

Gus Edwards — Statistically speaking, Gus rushed for 6.0 yards per carry on seven carries and added 31 yards on a dump off pass. Seems like he’s pretty good.

Devin Duvernay — Three targets, three catches, 45 yards. Keep feeding him the ball.

Justin Tucker — Another game in which the opponent misses a kick or PAT while Tucker stays perfect.

Lamar Jackson — He tried his best. He completed 24 of his 34 attempts for 249 yards and two touchdowns. He earned a 98.8 QB rating and his lone interception was going downfield for Marquise Brown on a deep route. He added another 55 yards on the ground, also.


*= This title does not mean these players are losers. They played a poor game. It happens to the best players and should be taken lightly.

Matt Skura — Horrible snaps which ruined drives and any opportunity for a comeback.

Greg Roman — The 4th & 1 play call is inexcusable. The rain is dumping in sheets. Your center can’t snap it correctly. You’re taking Lamar Jackson out of the play. What are you hoping to accomplish?
I do not take lightly the call for somebody to lose their job. It’s a serious statement to say somebody should be fired. Greg Roman is on a tight rope right now.

“Hollywood” Brown — When the lights shine on the field, he caught two passes for 14 yards. The “soulja” couldn’t beat coverage against an undrafted cornerback, apparently.

D.J. Fluker — Dude got bullied tonight. He is great run blocking but does not have the speed to keep up in pass blocking.

Patrick Queen — A rain-drop pass beat him for six. It was a great throw but his lack of coverage ability is hurting him and this defense.

Mark Ingram — His return from injury ended with five carries for five yards. His longest carry was five yards. . .