Best and worst PFF grades from the Lions loss to the Ravens

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The Lions performance against the Baltimore Ravens was one of the more notable ones of the season. Not in the sense one could hope but that it may serve as a callback down the road when greener pastures are in front of them.

The Ravens cemented themselves as Super Bowl contenders, and the Lions still are as well. One bad week is something that every team goes through and upon looking deeper, PFF says there were some bright spots.


Offense, defense, and special teams all had their moments.

PFF and their deeper look allows for someone to find a silver lining in an otherwise abysmal display from the team. One of the major highlights, the offensive line. It wasn’t just them however, lots to like, and dislike, as one could expect.

Best Offensive PFF Grades

  • OT, Taylor Decker 84.6
  • OT, Penei Sewell 71.9
  • OG, Graham Glasgow 70.7
  • RB, Jahmyr Gibbs 67.4
  • RB, Craig Reynolds 67

Worst PFF Offensive Grades

  • WR, Jameson Williams 38.7
  • OG, Halapoulivaati Vaitai 49.7
  • WR, Antoine Green 50.1
  • TE, Brock Wright 53.5
  • C, Frank Ragnow 57

Best PFF Defensive Grades

  • DL, Alim McNeil 69.7
  • LB Alex Anzalone 69.1
  • CB Ifeatu Melifonwu 66.1
  • CB Khalil Dorsey 65.8
  • Edge Romeo Okwara 65.2

Worst PFF Defensive Grades

  • LB Derrick Barnes 28.6
  • LB Jack Campbell 36.5
  • CB Cam Sutton 47.2
  • DL Benito Jones 50.1
  • SAF Kerby Joseph 54.3

Special Teams PFF Grades

  • K Riley Patterson 60
  • P Jack Fox 60
  • LS Scott Daly 31.6

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