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Elvis Dumervil: B+
In his debut with the Ravens, Elvis Dumervil was effective in both pass and run defense.
Paired with Terrell Suggs, Dumervil was able to work on the right side of the offensive line and forced three quarterback hurries.
Terrell Suggs: A-
In his first game in which he was fully healthy after an Achilles injury in 2012, Suggs' effectiveness as a pass-rusher was noticeable.
His performance would have been more impressive if he could have recorded more than one sack, but his presence was still felt.
Courtney Upshaw: C-
He was reliable as usual in run defense, although it was evident that he didn't improve as a pass-rusher during the offseason.
It's starting to look like Courtney Upshaw will be a one-dimensional player in the NFL.
Pernell McPhee: B-
He was only on the field for 13 plays, but he managed to make his presence felt in run defense.
Arthur Brown: C+
He failed to assert himself in the defensive rotation, and the Ravens' lack of urgency to use him in pass defense was a bit of a concern.
Daryl Smith: C
After a strong preseason, Daryl Smith was rather inconsistent, particularly in coverage. Baltimore's linebackers as a whole struggled to cover the middle of the field, and Smith contributed to those issues.
Josh Bynes: C-
Despite his inability to cover in the middle of the field, the Ravens still surprisingly opted to keep him in for most of the game.
His struggles in pass defense were noticeable, and he was exploited several times.