Highest and Lowest Rated Baltimore Ravens Week Six

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Oct 12, 2014; Tampa, FL, USA; Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones (12) reacts as he runs out onto the field to work out prior to the game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Lowest Rated Offensive Players: James Hurst (-7.7), Jacoby Jones (-5.2), Eugene Monroe (-2.9), Bernard Pierce (-2.7), Owen Daniels (-1.7)

James Hurst didn’t give up a sack against the Bucs one week after allowing three, but he did give up a couple of pressures.  He has allowed a total of one hit and five hurries in three starts, and has also graded out poorly in run blocking (-2.5).  In addition, he has been flagged on a penalty.  But hey, he is an undrafted rookie.

Jacoby Jones continued his trend of dropping his only opportunity against the Bucs.  He has been a huge disappointment on offense and the Ravens would likely be better off giving Kamar Aiken and Michael Campanaro more playing time.  Which is the way things started trending on Sunday.

Bernard Pierce played ahead of Lorenzo Taliaferro Sunday, but we aren’t sure why.  He averaged a dismal 2.1 yards per carry and continues to disappoint.  Taliaferro hasn’t been lights out either (-0.2), but he is a whole lot better than Pierce at this point. Plus he is young and has room to grow.

Daniels makes the list for the first time this season after a dropped pass and underwhelming effort against the Bucs.  He is simply too slow to get open at will and is nothing more than a checkdown target for Joe Flacco for the remainder of the year.  Hopefully Crockett Gillmore can step his game up and pick up snaps as the season progresses.

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