The Ravens ran 57 scored snaps (excludes accepted penalties which result in no play, kneels, spikes, and special teams plays that result in a run or pass).
Stanley: Ronnie had another solid game. He allowed a full pressure by bull to OLB Hughes (Q1, 10:48) and another to DE Darryl Johnson (Q3, 1:06). Those were his only negative plays. He missed 6 blocks, of which 4 were losses at the LoS (he was twice shed). He made 10 blocks in level 2, an high total for any linemen, but especially a tackle.
Stanley had a high-profile miss (I scored all 5 linemen for a miss on the play) on the screen left across the field to Brown that went for a loss of 8 (Q3, 4:31). On that play, all 5 linemen blocked left as Jackson rolled right off a forward fake to the motioning Brown. When the pass came back to the left, all 5 Ravens linemen were bunched near the left numbers with only 2 defenders (OLB Alexander and DT Star Lotulelei) nearby. Had the linemen picked them up, the play appeared likely to produce a big gain, if not a TD, but Alexander looped outside past Stanley and Bozeman for the tackle and the other 3 failed to block Lotulelei. After the play Bozeman and Stanley gestured at each other, so there was some miscommunication regarding responsibility.
Ronnie had 2 pancakes and connected on his only pull. He shoved Hughes into the backfield then pushed OLB Lorenzo Alexander 7 yards in L2 to lead Ingram’s 15-yard screen reception (Q3, 5:17) for his highlight.
Scoring: 57 plays, 49 blocks, 6 missed, 2 pressures, 45 points (.79 per play). That’s a B with adjustment.
Bozeman: Bradley continued his improved play. He surrendered a pressure to Lotulelei by bull rush (Q3, 14:22) and was later shed by DT Jordan Phillips for anther drive-ending flush (Q3, 3:14) where he personally batted down the pass in traffic (I made no charge on the penalty for an illegal touch). None of his 3 misses were losses at the LoS (obstructed on pull, pull no block, 5-on-2 miss on screen left). Bozeman had 5 blocks in level 2, 2 pancakes, and connected on 6 of 8 pulls. I did not score him for a highlight.
Scoring: 57 plays, 52 blocks, 3 missed, 2 pressures, 48 points (.84 per play). That’s a B with or without adjustment.
Mekari: Patrick delivered a solid effort. On 3rd and 6 from their own 10-yard line (Q2, 2:06), Mekari was bulled by DT Jordan Phillips after delivering an off-target shotgun snap. The snap was wide left, which caused Jackson to bobble it, distracted him from reading the field, and broke up the route timing. Patrick delivered another snap wide left on the loss of 6 by Hill (Q1, 5:53), which nearly caused a fumble, but that play was strung out by DE Shaq Lawson and well read by ILB Tremaine Edmunds. He missed 7 blocks, 3 of which were losses at the LoS (2 “shed”). He had 2 blocks in level 2 and 2 pancakes. He was not assigned to pull. I scored 2 of his blocks as highlights, including a nice combination on Lotulelei then Edmunds (Q2, 15:00) and a level 2 cut of ILB Alexander on a screen pass to Ingram (Q2, 7:40).
Scoring: 57 plays, 48 blocks, 7 missed, 1.5 pressures, 45 points (.79 per play). That’s a C with adjustment.
Yanda: Marshal was solid again despite 2 partial charges. He whiffed on DE Shaq Lawson while pulling (Q1, 5:53), which forced Hill further outside for a loss of 6. He was unable to pick up DT Corey Liuget who flushed Jackson (Q3, 0:31). He had 5 missed blocks, of which 3 were losses at the LoS. Marshal made 3 blocks in level 2 and scored -1 on his only pull (see above). His highlight was a combination block where he and Mekari got push on the massive Lotulelei before Yanda released to pick up Alexander.
Scoring: 57 plays, 50 blocks, 5 missed, 1/2 penetration, ½ pressure, 48 points (.84 per play). That’s a B with or without adjustment.
Brown: Zeus took a small step back after 4 straight outstanding games. He was beaten outside by DE Trent Murphy despite an initial chip from Boyle (Q3, 11:26). I also charged him for one third the sack (equivalent charge as a pressure) by the unblocked Hughes when he gave ground to Murphy to phonebooth the pocket. He missed 2 blocks, 1 of which was a loss at the LoS (slipped off Murphy). He had 6 blocks in level 2 and delivered 1 pancake. He had consecutive highlight blocks (beginning Q1, 8:42), including a combination (Lotulelei, Milano) followed by a pair of L2 shoves on ILB Edmunds, the 2nd of which sent him sprawling to the ground.
Scoring: 57 plays, 51 blocks, 2 missed, 1/2 penetration, 1/2 pressure, 1 QH, 1/3 sack, 43 points (.77 per play). That’s a B with adjustment.
Hurst: James played 2 snaps and made them both.
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