Highest and Lowest Rated Baltimore Ravens Week 3
By Brett Foote
Sep 21, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell (34) runs through the defense of Baltimore Ravens inside linebacker C.J. Mosley (57) during the first quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports
Three weeks of the glorious NFL season have passed, which means that we have a sufficient amount of data on which to base assumptions and spot patterns. One game, and even three games, can be a bit of small sample size, and we have yet to really kick things into gear yet. There is still plenty of time for bad teams to right the ship, and for good teams to fall apart.
The Ravens are above the .500 mark after their week 3 win, which pulls them to 2-1 overall and 2-1 in the division. It’s a pretty good spot to be in, especially when you consider that their one loss came to the 3-0 Bengals, who look like one of the better and more complete teams in the NFL this season.
We like to take a look at the players who are contributing to a team’s success, as well as those who are hurting their team, in our weekly segment devoted to the players who have the highest and lowest ratings assigned by the stats gurus over at Pro Football Focus. PFF is the most respected NFL statistical site on the web, and their ratings are used by teams and players alike.
Based on those stats, here are our highest and lowest rated Baltimore Ravens players through three weeks of NFL action.
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