Ravens highest and lowest rated players, preseason week 2

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Aug 22, 2015; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Matt Schaub (8) breaks a tackle attempt by Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Brad Jones (52) during the first half at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

Lowest rated offensive players

Ryan Jensen (-5.1), Marcel Jones (-4.9), Robert Myers (-3.6), Matt Schaub (-3.2), Leon Brown (-2.2)

Jensen is valuable as a swing tackle that can play guard as well, but he was a huge flop Saturday night. Jensen gave up 3 QB hurries and 3 penalties across 92 snaps in a horrific performance that won’t help his roster chances despite the Ravens’ injury woes along the o-line.

Jones wasn’t much better, also giving up 3 hurries and 3 penalties on 77 snaps.  Late round draft pick Robert Myers was credited with allowing 3 hurries as well, plus a penalty across 42 snaps.

Rounding out the offensive line woes was Brown, who was particularly bad in run blocking (-2.4) across 41 snaps.

Schaub had a rough night after looking halfway competent last week.  Playing only 27 snaps, the maligned backup quarterback went 11 of 18 for 115 yards (a sad 6.4 average) and absorbed two sacks. Perhaps Bryn Renner is a better option, but the Ravens are committed to Schaub.

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