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Chargers best and worst PFF grades vs. Ravens

Not sure you can expect much from these after that type of performance.

NFL: Los Angeles Chargers at Baltimore Ravens Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

After a game like that, I really wish I could present these grades to you all and show you that despite the rough outing, there was still plenty of good to take away from it.

Unfortunately that’s not the case this week. Essentially what you have is Derwin James ... and then everyone else. Somehow Keenan Allen finished with the offense’s highest grade from Sunday morning with a 73.3 despite seeing rare involvement. The entire left side of the offensive line was also included in the top-five which is a positive in it’s own right.

On defense, you know it’s bad when two of the top-five were players who logged just 11 plays each. That means that the guys who did play the most, the ones who are tasked with making the bigger impact on a weekly basis, didn’t play too hot.

Sigh.

Let’s just dive on in, shall we?

Offense

Top-5

WR Keenan Allen - 73.3
C Corey Linsley - 69.6
OG Matt Feiler - 68.4
OT Rashawn Slater - 65.1
RB Joshua Kelley - 64.4

Bottom-5

OT Storm Norton - 49.4
TE Stephen Anderson - 52.6
WR Jalen Guyton - 52.7
TE Donald Parham - 52.8
WR Mike Williams - 53.5

Defense

Top-5

Derwin James - 85.0
Linval Joseph - 69.6
Chris Rumph - 67.0
Joe Gaziano - 65.9
Chris Harris Jr. - 60.4

Bottom-5

LB Nick Niemann - 26.0
S Trey Marshall - 29.8
LB Amen Ogbongbemiga - 29.9
EDGE Uchenna Nwosu - 30.4
LB Kyzir White - 35.0