Highest and Lowest Rated Baltimore Ravens, Week Four
By Brett Foote
Sep 28, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (1) is sacked by Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs (55) and linebacker Elvis Dumervil (58) at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports
Highest Rated Defensive Players: Terrell Suggs (14.8), Pernell McPhee (8.0), Elvis Dumervil (5.8), C.J. Mosley (4.9), Brandon Williams (4.3)
Suggs has been excellent all season and finally picked up his first sack, a split, with Elvis Dumervil, who also added another sack Sunday. Suggs has 3 hits and 5 hurries to go along with the sack as he is getting consistent pressure. Suggs has also been excellent against the run with 9 stops.
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McPhee has been lining up in different places and is consistently wrecking havoc. He had a hit and five hurries on only 28 snaps Sunday to bring him up to 2 hits and 9 hurries on the year. It was by far his best game of the season so far, but he hasn’t shown much in the run game which has led to the situation role.
C.J. Mosley had his best game of the season by far against the Panthers. He racked up seven defensive stops, a batted pass, and only gave up 19 total yards in coverage. He ranks first in the NFL among inside linebackers in run stop percentage (14.9%) and is also leading the league with 18 stops.
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