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Best: Andre Smith (+1.8; +1.9 pass block)
Other good grades: Andrew Whitworth (+1.5; +1.3 pass block), Andy Dalton (+1.4), A.J. Green (+1.0), Marvin Jones (+0.9)
Worst: Trevor Robinson (-2.7; -2.5 pass block)
Other bad grades: Jermaine Gresham (-2.0), John Conner (-1.3), Bruce Gradkowski (-1.0), Kyle Cook (-1.0)
Best: Geno Atkins (+5.3)
Other good grades: Vontaze Burfict (+2.3), Adam Jones (+2.3), Leon Hall (+1.6), Taylor Mays (+1.4), Jeromy Miles (+1.1), Dan Skuta (+1.1), Carlos Dunlap (+1.0; +1.9 pass rush), Wallace Gilberry (+0.9)
Worst: Robert Geathers (-1.4)
Other bad grades: Manny Lawson (-1.3), Rey Maualuga (-1.3), Chris Crocker (-1.2), Nate Clements (-1.1)
Other performances of note:
-After a subpar middle of the season, Burfict echoed his strong first three games as starter (+5.7 overall) with a strong final three regular season games (+4.5 overall).
-While Taylor Mays does not appear to have the confidence of his coaches, he's done well by the PFF graders: in his limited defensive snaps on the year (248 total), he's graded +4.6 overall (+3.1 run defense, +2.2 pass coverage). Bearing in mind, of course, that 22% of his snaps came in this game, versus the Raven's second- and third-stringers.
-Kevin Zeitler bounced back from an atrocious game against the Steelers with a solid +0.6 (+1.3 pass block) against the Ravens.
-Center concerns: in the past two games, Robinson and Cook have cumulatively graded -9.1.
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