Baltimore Ravens Highest and Lowest Rated Players Week Thirteen

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Nov 30, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens running back Justin Forsett (29) chased by San Diego Chargers Jarret Johnson (96) and linebacker Kavell Connor (53) at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

Highest Rated Offensive Players: Joe Flacco (6.6), Marshal Yanda (3.7), Torrey Smith (1.9), Marlon Brown (1.8), Kyle Juszczyk (1.0)

Flacco quietly had a solid game and actually received his highest rating of the season by completing an efficient 61.3% of his passes and recording a 104.9 rating.  He didn’t throw an interception or absorb a single sack, and he was only hit once.  Flacco would have had an even better day had his receivers not dropped three passes.

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Yanda is on our list every single week and is still ranked as the best guard in the NFL.  He is a force in run blocking and is one of the catalysts behind Justin Forsett’s emergence.  Defensive linemen simply don’t have a chance against Yanda as he repeatedly tosses them aside like rag dolls.

Torrey Smith has officially recovered from his early season woes and has scored seven touchdowns in his last seven games.  Not only that, he has become an efficient target for Flacco, securing 15 of 21 passes in the last three games after struggling to catch anything early in the season.

Brown is a surprise addition to our list, but he was having a good day before leaving with an injury.  He caught all three of his targets for 25 yards before going down.  Juice makes the cut based on his strong run blocking even though he wasn’t targeted on offense this week.

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