Two more Ravens land on the NFL Top 100 players list, bringing the total up to six.
First up was cornerback Marcus Peters at No. 53.
While it is quite surprising that Peters finished higher than teammate Marlon Humphrey (No. 86), it cannot be understated just how much of a difference-maker the former Ram was after being traded to Baltimore for linebacker Kenny Young and a fifth-round pick.
With the Ravens, Peters had three interceptions and two touchdowns, although he had five interceptions and three touchdowns for the entire season. Peters earned the title of All-Pro as he finished with PFF’s third-best coverage grade among CBs.
Marcus Peters ranked 3rd in coverage grade among CBs in 2019 (86.6) pic.twitter.com/f6CzkbTZJu— PFF (@PFF) July 28, 2020
Peters signed a three-year extension to remain in Baltimore alongside fellow All-Pro Humphrey as one of the league’s best defensive duos.
The next Raven to make the list was running back Mark Ingram at No. 44.
Ingram is another player who has only spent one season in Baltimore, but like Peters, has already earned the title of a fan favorite. Signing the former Saint paid off big for GM Eric DeCosta as Ingram became the voice of the team with a barrage of hilarious quotes week in and week out. Oh, and he also rushed for 1,018 yards and 10 touchdowns while adding another 247 yards and five touchdowns through the air. Ingram’s first season with the Ravens ended in a trip to the Pro Bowl.
With only quarterback Lamar Jackson remaining out of the seven players on the list for Baltimore, tight end Mark Andrews surprisingly missed the cut despite leading the league in receiving touchdowns and making the Pro Bowl in his second season.