Highest and Lowest Rated Baltimore Ravens Week Six

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Oct 12, 2014; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Mike Glennon (8) prepares to throw the ball as Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs (55) defends during the first quarter at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Highest Rated Defensive Players: Terrell Suggs (16.6), Pernell McPhee (13.8), Elvis Dumervil (11.5), Haloti Ngata (9.8), C.J. Mosley (6.7)

Sizzle continued his hot streak on Sunday, along with McPhee and Dumervil.  The trio terrorized Bucs quarterback Mike Glennon, pressuring him on what felt like every snap.  The three are also tearing up the NFL as a group, ranking as the number one, three, and five 3-4 outside linebackers in the entire NFL.

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Haloti Ngata continues his underrated season not by picking up a third interception, but rather simply playing a great game as a defensive tackle.  Ngata added one quarterback hit, seven hurries, and two tackles (one a defensive stop) against the Bucs. Ngata’s focus on offseason conditioning has paid dividends this season.

C.J. Mosley didn’t have quite as good of a performance as he did in week five, but it’s hard to argue with three hits, two hurries, five tackles, and three stops.  He may not have kept pace with Luke Kuechly this week, but let’s keep our expectations for the rookie in check a bit.

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