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Detroit Lions PFF Grades vs. Ravens: Jared Goff takes a step back

Heading into Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens, the Detroit Lions had one of the Top 5 offenses in the NFL, according to the DVOA rankings. After their offensive performance against the Ravens, one would assume that ranking will take a hit heading into Week 8. One player who definitely did not have his best game is quarterback Jared Goff, who posted a PFF grade of 58.6.

Detroit Lions PFF Grades

Top 5 Grades

  • Taylor Decker 84.6
  • Penei Sewell 71.9
  • Graham Glasgow 70.7
  • Jahmyr Gibbs 67.4
  • Craig Reynolds 67.0

Bottom 5 Grades

  • Jameson Williams 38.7
  • Halapoulivaati Vaitai 49.7
  • Antoine Greene 50.1
  • Brock Wright 53.5
  • Frank Ragnow 57.0

Full Grades

Here are all of the grades from Sunday’s loss to the Ravens:

Detroit Lions PFF Grades vs. Ravens,Detroit Lions,jared goff

TL;DR (too long didn’t read)

  1. Lions’ Offensive Struggle: Heading into the game against the Baltimore Ravens, the Detroit Lions had boasted one of the Top 5 offenses in the NFL, as per the DVOA rankings. However, their offensive performance against the Ravens suggested that their ranking might take a hit in Week 8. Notably, quarterback Jared Goff encountered challenges and did not have his best game.
  2. Standout Performers: Amid the offensive struggles, a few Lions’ players managed to deliver noteworthy performances. Taylor Decker led the way with a strong grade of 84.6, followed by Penei Sewell at 71.9. Graham Glasgow, Jahmyr Gibbs, and Craig Reynolds also posted respectable grades, indicating their efforts in a challenging game.
  3. Tough Day for Some: On the flip side, several Lions’ offensive players faced a difficult day. Jameson Williams, Halapoulivaati Vaitai, Antoine Greene, Brock Wright, and Frank Ragnow received lower grades, reflecting the challenges they encountered during the game.
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Bottom Line: On to the Raiders

The Lions’ offense, previously highly ranked in the NFL, faced a significant test against the Ravens. Jared Goff, the quarterback, had a challenging game that impacted the team’s overall performance. While some players excelled, others faced difficulties against the formidable Ravens’ defense. As the season progresses, the Lions will aim to bounce back and regain their offensive prowess to maintain their competitive edge in the league. With that being said, it is on to the Raiders!

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