- Andy Dalton was pressured 10 times on Sunday, completing five of seven passes for 91 yards passing. He scrambled once and took two sacks.
- Prior to last week, Dalton was the latest pressured quarterback in the league. In the past two weeks, defenses have increased pressure with 29.3 percent of his drops last week and 32.3 percent against the Ravens.
- Dalton's accuracy of 75 percent is currently in the middle of the pack, among starting quarterbacks. When pressured, his accuracy dips to 60 percent, also in the middle of the pack. [NOTE: Accuracy accounts for dropped passes, throw aways, spikes, batted passes and passes where the quarterback was hit throwing the football].
- Mohamed Sanu had one of his best games of the year, hauling in five of nine passes with 54 yards after the catch.
- Greg Little was targeted five times on 30 routes, hauling in three passes.
- Andrew Whitworth led the offensive line with an overall grade of +1.8. Whitworth, who has been stronger as a pass protector, has allowed only three quarterback pressures and none since week two.
- Center Russell Bodine struggled against the Ravens, allowing three quarterback pressures and overall struggled in the running game.
- Bodine and Clint Boling scored the two worst grades on offense, especially as run blockers.
- Andre Smith had a team-worst -3.9 as a pass blocker.
- Running back snaps: Giovani Bernard 38, Jeremy Hill 31, Cedric Peerman 3.
- Bernard and Hill were unable to record a broken tackle.
- Defensive tackle Geno Atkins tallied three quarterback hurries, along with his first full sack of the season.
- Carlos Dunlap disrupted Joe Flacco six times (five hurries and one hit).
- Vontaze Burfict continues to struggle, allowing two receptions (on two targets) and two missed tackles.
- Emmanuel Lamur played well in his return, earning a +1.5 score against the run. Lamur allowed two receptions on five targets and even posted an interception.
- Carlos Dunlap's Pass Rush Productivity (measures pressure created on a per-snap basis with weighting towards sacks) score is up to 8.4, closer to his production over the last two seasons (10.3 and 9.5).
- Wallace Gilberry's Run Stop percent of 7.1 is among the highest of all Bengals defensive linemen.