Ravens highest and lowest rated players, week 2

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Sep 20, 2015; Oakland, CA, USA; Baltimore Ravens receiver Marlon Brown (14) is defended by Oakland Raiders cornerback Neiko Thorpe (31) at O.co Coliseum. The Raiders defeated the Ravens 37-33. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Lowest rated offensive players

James Hurst (-6.1), Marlon Brown (-0.6), Kyle Juszczyk (-0.5), Maxx Williams (-0.5), John Urschel (-0.4)

Not a lot of bones to pick here, outside of James Hurst.  The loss of Eugene Monroe is perhaps the biggest concern for the Ravens at the moment.  Hurst is simply stretched and overmatched as a starter, posting his second consecutive poor performance filling in at left tackle.

Hurst allowed 1 QB hit and 4 hurries, committed a penalty, and did a poor job as a run blocker.  It was a well rounded face plant, at the very least.

Marlon Brown continues to play a ton of snaps but is still a mediocre player at best.  Across a whopping 70 snaps against one of the NFL’s worst secondaries, Brown managed only 2 receptions for 12 yards on 4 targets.

Juice saw only 13 snaps this week after playing a ton in week 1, catching his only target for 11 yards.  It was a little puzzling, as was Maxx Williams’ usage (18 snaps).

Urschel rotated in on 6 snaps, holding up well against the pass but failed to open any holes for the run game.

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