Baltimore Ravens: Week 5 NFL Power Rankings (#3)

Last week: 3 (+0)

Record: 3-1

The Ravens are the 2nd best team in the AFC, by virtue of their 3-1 record, their head-to-head victory over the Patriots, and a point per play differential that ranks tied for 2nd in the league. However, they really left me disappointed against the Browns last week. This team really needs to kick their inconsistency habit. They’ll have a great chance to prove themselves this week as big road favorites in Kansas City. They were just 1-4 as road favorites outside of the division last year, losing in Seattle, Jacksonville, Tennessee, and San Diego, all games they should have won.

Studs

RG Marshal Yanda: Did not allow a pressure on 55 pass snaps, run blocked for 1 yard on 3 attempts

WR Anquan Boldin: Caught 9 passes for 131 yards on 11 targets on 54 pass plays, 4.0 YAC per catch, 1 interception when thrown to

CB Lardarius Webb: Allowed 2 catches for 14 yards on 10 attempts, 2 pass deflections, 5 solo tackles, 2 stops, 3 missed tackles

RE Haloti Ngata: 2 quarterback hits and 3 quarterback hurries on 47 pass rush snaps, 3 solo tackles, 2 stops

FS Ed Reed: Allowed 3 catches for 42 yards on 8 attempts, 2 pass deflections, 1 solo tackle, 1 stop

Duds

TE Dennis Pitta: Did not catch a pass on 2 targets, 2 penalties

NT Ma’ake Kemoeatu: Did not record a pressure on 18 pass rush snaps, no tackles

SS Bernard Pollard: Allowed 4 catches for 51 yards on 4 attempts, 3 solo tackles, 1 stop, 2 missed tackles, 1 penalty, 1 quarterback hit and 1 quarterback hurry on 3 blitzes

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