Ravens highest and lowest rated players, preseason week 2

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Aug 22, 2015; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Baltimore Ravens running back Terrence Magee (30) is pushed out of bounds by Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Jaylen Watkins (37) during the second half at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles defeated the Ravens, 40-17. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

Make no bones about it – Saturday night’s loss to the Philadelphia Eagles was tough to watch.  The Baltimore Ravens were downright awful in every aspect, including coaching.  Fittingly, it was also the worst preseason loss in John Harbaugh’s tenure as head coach.

But before we move on and look ahead to this coming Saturday night and a home tilt/regular season dress rehearsal against the Washington Redskins, we wanted to take one last look at week 2 and examine how each player actually performed, as well as how much they played.

The reasoning is simple – we are looking not only for clues as to who will wind up where on the depth chart, but also who will make the final roster.  There is no better predictor of either than playing time and performance.

To do so, we are bringing back our popular highest and lowest rated players segment, with statistics provided by the gurus at Pro Football Focus.  PFF is the industry standard for NFL stats, with numbers and analysis used by even teams and coaches themselves.

So without further ado, let’s take a look at who stood out on the offensive side of the ball Saturday night.

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