Best 5 PFF Grades - Baltimore Ravens Offensive Studs
- TE Mark Andrews - 88.5
- FB Patrick Ricard - 84.0
- RB Justice Hill - 83.3
- RB Melvin Gordon III - 73.7
- WR Zay Flowers - 71.6
The offense was great to start the game and tamed in the second half but by that time most of the damage had already been done and what was left to do fell in the hands of Mark Andrews, the best performer of the Ravens on offense last Sunday.
Andrews racked up 80 yards grabbing all five of his targets on the day including scoring a couple of touchdowns. He also caught a final TD-bound pass that he extended for a personal game-high of 36 yards.
Patrick Ricard took on blocking duties on offense and he was excellent at it. Ricard didn't log a rushing attempt nor a target on the day, but PFF valued his contributions preventing Browns' defenders from reaching Lamar Jackson giving Pat an extraordinary 74.4 pass-blocking grade.
Justice Hill only logged seven snaps and three carries but he made the most of those touches turning them into 33 yards for an average of 11.0 per rushing attempt. Hill was coming off an injury, so it's reasonable to expect a bump-up in opportunities going forward.
Melvin Gordon III played slightly more than Hill getting 11 snaps and he also did what he needed to do in the lone time Lamar looked his way: grab a pass for 23 yards and earn Baltimore a first down. He also rushed the ball three times for 21 more yards on the ground.
Finally, with the Ravens missing most of their pass-catching weapons, rookie Zay Flowers needed to step up to the occasion and that's what he did by grabbing three of four of his targets for 56 yards including a 43-yarder.