Baltimore Ravens Highest and Lowest Rated Players Week Sixteen

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Dec 21, 2014; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt (99) applies pressure to Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco (5) during the fourth quarter at NRG Stadium. The Texans defeated the Ravens 25-13. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Ugly, horrendous, terrible.  All words that describe the Ravens offensive effort in what was their worst performance of the season against the Texans in week 16.  The Ravens were likely as surprised as we were to find such a wall of resistance in Houston, a place where I expected to see a motivated Gary Kubiak, Justin Forsett, and Owen Daniels in their return to a city that shunned them all.

Instead, the trio was no match for the Houston defense and the unstoppable force known as J.J. Watt.  Forsett managed a mere 19 yards on 10 carries, Daniels had one catch for 7 yards, and the offense was 4 for 15 on 3rd down.  211 total yards is all the NFL’s previously top ten ranked offense could muster.  This, despite the defense doing their best (and succeeding) in keeping the Texans out of the end zone.

As we do each week, we like to highlight the players who are contributing to the team’s successes, and point out those that are actually hurting the team, in our weekly segment devoted to the Baltimore Ravens highest and lowest rated players based on grades from the stats gurus at Pro Football Focus.

Based on those stats, here are your Baltimore Ravens highest and lowest rated players for week sixteen of the NFL season.

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