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

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Aug 22, 2015; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Baltimore Ravens offensive guard Robert Myers (70) watches game against the Philadelphia Eagles during the second half at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles defeated the Ravens, 40-17. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

Lowest rated offensive players

Robert Myers (-5.6), Darren Waller (-2.7), James Hurst (-2.4), Kiero Small (-2.1), Blaine Causell (-1.5)

Myers, a rookie fifth round pick, was absolutely dreadful.  He was especially bad as a run blocker (-3.7), but also allowed two QB hurries and got whistled for a penalty across a whopping 59 snaps.  He remains a project.

Waller, a project himself, played 31 snaps and didn’t do much.  He was on the receiving end of a penalty as well in a night when the whistle never stopped blowing.

Hurst has not been good this preseason, and his woes continued against the Falcons.  He was a turnstile against the pass rush and graded out negatively as a run blocker as well.

Small had a 0% chance at a roster spot anyway, but turned in a poor performance on the night as well. He was on the receiving end of 2 penalties and showed poorly as a run blocker.

Clausell gave up a sack and showed poorly as a run blocker on a night the Ravens’ o-line couldn’t open up a hole to save its life.

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