Devonta Freeman — Scored the first touchdown of the game after a 99-yard drive. He finished with 14 carries for 52 yards and a touchdown. Was impressive all throughout this game. He also added another 45 yards receiving on five receptions. An outstanding effort by Freeman.
Marquise “Hollywood” Brown — A great second-half showing by the wide receiver, who caught five targets for 55 yards, with a big one on the final drive.
Sammy Watkins — Scored the last-second touchdown to put the Ravens within one. Great plays on the final drive by Watkins.
Devin Duvernay — Dynamic plays have kept him relevant and it feels like that’s not what he’s only good for. He’s in need of an increased role.
John Harbaugh — Hit on his challenge and made the right decision, going for two. The team was two yards from winning it and the execution was lacking.
Greg Roman — Called a good game. Had his offense drive 99-yards early in the game. Had a good game-winning drive called. Called a play that was going to get his two best players the football, and it was a few inches away. This was a good game by Roman where execution killed it.
Lamar Jackson — Bad game. Threw a redzone interception. Held the ball too long. Was sacked seven times and not just from quick pressure, but from not getting rid of it. On the two-point conversion, he overthrew tight end Mark Andrews.
Anthony Averett — Missed more than three tackles and allowed some big catches in coverage.
Pass Rush — The defense was going against a weaker offensive line, and they delivered only one sack.
Offensive line — The blocking isn’t there. It hasn’t been there, and the pressure is killing drives.
Pre-snap penalties — EIGHT pre-snap penalties? Utterly brutal execution.