A loss is a loss, but the Baltimore Ravens have to be hurting more than usual after losing to their hated rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers, and falling two games back of the AFC North lead. Despite the dreadful performance, there were actually a few very good individual showings.
The offense sputtered, but Joe Flacco had a great game and almost led the Ravens to victory. Similarly, Ray Rice's numbers weren't eye-popping, but he finally looked like the Ray Rice of old, making quick cuts and displaying his burst.
Haloti Ngata was frequently double-teamed, but that didn't prevent him from making an impact anyway. In addition, the offensive line played decently, with standout performances from Eugene Monroe and Marshal Yanda.
Here is an evaluation of every Raven, complete with grades. Those grades were based on the statistical output and how well each player did his job on each play.