Ravens vs. Falcons: Highest and lowest rated players, week 4

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Sep 3, 2015; Atlanta, GA, USA; Baltimore Ravens tight end Nick Boyle (82) celebrates with teammates after scoring a touchdown against the Atlanta Falcons in the fourth quarter at the Georgia Dome. The Ravens defeated the Falcons 20-19. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

Highest rated offensive players

Nick Eason (2.4), Fitzgerald Toussaint (1.2), Jah Reid (1.1), Daniel Brown (0.9), Marlon Brown (0.8)

Eason once again impressed for the Ravens, showing up especially well as a run blocker (1.9) across 32 snaps.  He has been the Ravens’ best offensive linemen over the last two preseason games.

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Toussaint had less carries and yards than Terrence Magee, but was more effective and only received 2 less snaps (23 vs. 25).

Reid is an interesting case because many thought he played poorly Thursday night.  According to PFF’s metrics, he showed well as a run blocker (1.3) but poorly in pass protection (-0.4).

Brown has already been cut, but put forth a valiant effort across 28 snaps. Hopefully he can catch on with another team, or perhaps even the Ravens practice squad.

Brown finally showed up when it was important, putting in a productive 14 snaps and recording a nice catch.

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