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. 



Lamar Jackson: 90.3 3rd in NFL


Gus Edwards: 72.3 28th in NFL

Justice Hill: 71.6 31st in NFL


Patrick Ricard: 62.1 2nd in NFL


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


Mark Andrews: 80.0 2nd in NFL

Isaiah Likely: 66.2 24th in NFL


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