Oct 26, 2014; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Baltimore Ravens running back Justin Forsett (29) is tackled by Cincinnati Bengals free safety Reggie Nelson (20) during the first quarter at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports
Highest Rated Offensive Players: Marshal Yanda (24.8), Kelechi Osemele (12.6), Rick Wagner (12.5), Justin Forsett (5.2), Jeremy Zuttah (4.0).
Once again, the offensive line continues to dominate in pretty much every phase of the game. Osemele returned from injury and picked right back off where he left off, even though he checked out of the game at one point. He actually recorded his best grade against the Bengals since week three after missing weeks six and seven.
Marshal Yanda is still the best guard in the NFL, and gave the Ravens yet another scare when he went back to the locker room at one point Sunday, joining a host of other players. Thankfully he was fine as well and put in yet another dominant performance both in pass pro and run blocking.
Rick Wagner had his worst game of the season, but still received a positive grade for his work. Wagner gave up a penalty and a quarterback hurry on the day, but still retains his place atop all NFL right tackles.
Justin Forsett had a less efficient day than normal while only averaging 4.0 yards per carry and received his very first negative grade of the season. The Bengals did an excellent job of bottling him up and preventing the big play that he seems to break off once a week.
Zuttah moves back into the top five after Joe Flacco tumbles out of it. He did give up two hurries on the day but was solid in run blocking. Meanwhile, Flacco falls all the way to number 10 following his worst game of the season.
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