Ravens highest and lowest rated players, week 2

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Sep 20, 2015; Oakland, CA, USA; Baltimore Ravens safety Will Hill III (33) intercepts a pass intended for Oakland Raiders receiver Michael Crabtree (15) in the fourth quarter at O.co Coliseum. The Raiders defeated the Ravens 37-33. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Highest rated defensive players

Lardarius Webb (1.4), Will Hill (1.2), Chris Canty (0.3), Albert McClellan (0.2), Brynden Trawick (0.0)

It was a forgettable day on the defensive side of the ball, and no one really had what can be considered a great performance.  Webb was burned less than Jimmy Smith, amazingly, but wasn’t horrible.  He was targeted a whopping 10 times but only gave up 5 receptions, and had two passes defensed.

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Hill gave up only 2 catches on 6 targets, grabbed an interception, and had a pass defensed.  Outside of the 21 yard pass he gave up to Andre Holmes, it was a very impressive performance for the rising star.

Canty led the rest of the pack in the mediocre category, playing well against the run but poorly as a pass rusher.  McClellan has joined the defensive rotation with Suggs out, playing 17 snaps this week and looking at least respectable.

Trawick played one snap, tying with Terrence Brooks as the last two players who didn’t receive a negative grade.  It speaks volumes about a game that featured a complete implosion on defense.

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