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Torrey Smith burned Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor throughout the game.
Torrey Smith: B
Stats: 6 receptions for 93 yards, 1 TD, 2 drops, 1 false start penalty
Torrey Smith made Pittsburgh cornerback Ike Taylor look outmatched for most of the game. Taylor couldn't keep up with Smith down the field, and the wide receiver ended with an impressive stat line.
Despite that, Smith would be the first one to tell you that he was disappointed in his performance.
He dropped two passes and was called for a false start penalty (inexcusable for a wide receiver who should be watching the ball being snapped instead of listening to Flacco's snap count).
Jacoby Jones: B+
Stats: 4 receptions for 53 yards
Jones has been a big part of the Ravens' last two wins. A large part of his contribution has come on special teams, but the speedster made plays in the passing game too.
What's been impressive about his play is his impact in the intermediate passing game. He hasn't relied solely on deep balls to make a dent in the box score.
That said, he's at his most dangerous when he is making big plays, and Jones made a few critical plays for the Ravens on Thanksgiving night, including a 34-yard reception when Flacco was flushed out of the pocket.
Marlon Brown: C
Stats: 1 reception for 12 yards
Brown saw only one target on a screen pass, but he made the most of it and picked up a first down. He was on the field for 57 snaps, so it was somewhat surprising that he was targeted once, and he will continue to be a large part of the offense moving forward.
Brandon Stokley: B-
Stats: 2 receptions for 27 yards
Stokley has jumped right back into his role as a chain-mover. His two receptions were both on third down, and he converted the play into a first down on both occasions.
His role in the rotation is small, but he's still a valuable receiver who has exhibited chemistry with Flacco.