Here are the best and worst Pro Football Focus grades from the disappointing 27-13 defeat:
Best of the offense
Sanders turned in the most encouraging performance of what’s been a nightmarish campaign. He racked up 39 rushing yards on six carries (6.5 yards per attempt) and threw in another 22 yards on three receptions.
Hurst, another free-agent signing that has yet to pan out, also flashed. His 48-yard reception was the longest catch of the contest.
Worst of the offense
When you throw three interceptions and two of them wind up as 14 points for the other team, you’re probably not getting a good grade. Young completed 24 of his 39 attempts for 173 yards, a touchdown, the trio of picks and a career-worst 48.3 passer rating.
Meanwhile, Moton and Throckmorton were charged with a combined 14 pressures. Moton’s nine pressures topped his previous career-high of six, which came back in Week 5.
Best of the defense
Bootle stepped up after CJ Henderson went down, registering a season-high 42 defensive snaps. He allowed four catches for 15 yards on five targets.
Worst of the defense
Jackson and Hill weren’t particularly great against the pass. They earned coverage grades of 51.2 and 28.5, respectively.