Worst 5 PFF Grades - Baltimore Ravens Offensive Duds
- LG John Simpson - 50.0
- WR Rashod Bateman - 51.8
- LT Patrick Mekari - 53.3
- TE Mark Andrews - 57.2
- WR Nelson Agholor - 59.8
It's hard to argue against any of the five men listed above and handed the worst offensive grades by PFF in Week 3.
John Simpson had a nice debut in Week 1 but he's horrid since then with back-to-back subpar outings in the middle of the offensive line after winning the battle for the starting LG role through training camp.
Patrick Mekari, known for his multi-position skill set, struggled against the Colts and hurt the Ravens the most when trying to block for rushing gainings.
The trio of pass-catchers listed above needs not much explanation. Mark Edwards grabbed a 20-yard toss by Lamar Jackson but that was simply all he did, adding just 15 more yards on three more grabs.
Bateman was awful getting three targets and catching one for six yards before leaving with a hammy that (we hope) might have limited him a bit on Sunday.
Nelson Agholor exploded in Week 2 with a touchdown that ultimately helped Baltimore get the W against the Bengals and although he still finished with the second-most yards in Week 3 (39 on four grabs, including an 18-yard reception) the folks from PFF didn't rate him that highly.