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PFF grades: Where Ravens offensive players ranked in NFL this season

The AFC playoff field is set, and the Baltimore Ravens will have a first-round bye after earning the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs.

Lamar Jackson is the likely NFL MVP after having a career year, while Mike MacDonald’s defense is the best in the NFL and could have a handful of All-Pros.

Baltimore will hold light practice sessions on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday before resting over the weekend.

We previously looked at the highest and lowest-graded Ravens, with Lamar Jackson taking the top spot.

Today, we’re looking at where key standouts on both sides of the football landed among their peers via PFF. 

 

QB

Lamar Jackson: 90.3 3rd in NFL

RB

Gus Edwards: 72.3 28th in NFL

Justice Hill: 71.6 31st in NFL

FB

Patrick Ricard: 62.1 2nd in NFL

WR

Odell Beckham: 76.2 29th in NFL

Zay Flowers: 75.6 30th in NFL

Nelson Agholor: 62.2 79th in NFL

Rashod Bateman: 61.4 82nd in NFL

TE

Mark Andrews: 80.0 2nd in NFL

Isaiah Likely: 66.2 24th in NFL

Center

Tyler Linderbaum: 78.3 6th in NFL

Offensive guard

Kevin Zeitler: 69.3 18th in NFL

John Simpson: 56.5 50th in NFL

Offensive tackle

Morgan Moses: 77.6 15th in NFL

Patrick Mekari: 69.5 31st in NFL

Ronnie Stanley: 64.9 47th in NFL

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire