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I'm going to have to go with Star. He was supposed clog the middle so our boys could wreak havoc on the QB, esp with the size of his contract. 

 

Trent stunk but is coming off injury.  Peterman has never been good in the regular season.  Only other I could think of is Benjamin, esp with his mouth in the preseason.

 

(no fair pointing to McDermott and Beane because they don't count ...even thought they get D grades at this point). 

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I'd say Star, but he stunk in preseason also and is washed-up.   I did not expect anything from him.  

 

Benjamin is my offensive disappointment.  Poyer/Hyde on D.  The secondary, esp. safety play was bad.  

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Peterman. Also Benjamin. He should have caught that TD from Allen. This place would be a little happier if he had.

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1 minute ago, RyanC883 said:

I'd say Star, but he stunk in preseason also and is washed-up.   I did not expect anything from him.  

 

Benjamin is my offensive disappointment.  Poyer/Hyde on D.  The secondary, esp. safety play was bad.  

we don't have the QB talent to have a WR like Benjamin. Cam would toss the ball up to him and let him make plays. I know he had a drop or two yesterday in the rain, but we don't put him in a position to make plays. He gets the ball when he's college open (which isn't often) and that's it. 

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It's Peterman for me. During the pre-season I thought he had turned the corner and would be serviceable for the first 6 games while Allen got up to speed. He seemed to get the ball out quick and make accurate throws. But when it counted, he sh!t his pants again. The man has been outscored 77-7 in what amounts to a full game. That is just beyond pitiful. The secondary as a whole really stunk it up.  They would be my #2 anxiety because I expected more from them.

 

I knew Star would suck, so I didn't have high hopes for him. I expected more out of KB. He should have had at least 4 more catches from what was thrown to him. He should be a leader, not a quitter. Groy was disappointing, but being wedged between the turnstile twins is a tough task. Murphy was disappointing.

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If you can honestly evaluate the play of a DT from the television feed you might be a good candidate to work for Pro Football Focus!

 

Benjamin, on the other hand, is a no-brainer...

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Benjamin. Guy is awful. He won’t be back next year. Guy has a big mouth, bad attitude, and no hands

 

i think the shauim griffin kid from Seattle would honestly be better than Benjamin 

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Benjamin

 

not even second place to be considered

 

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Star is a fair choice, but I am most disappointed that he played less than half the defensive snaps. Not enough for a $50M player.

 

Benjamin seemed uninterested. Maybe I cannot really tell if that's the case watching it on TV, but that was my take. I don't think he put anything on film that will have teams clamoring to throw money at him next offseason.

 

The players all remind us fans that they "understand it's a business," so they should let that understanding show in their on-field performance.

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Not so  sure Star was that awful, Edmunds and Milano both seemed to have solid performances, i dont believe if Star was that horrendous that would happen. Early in the game our run defense seemed fairly stout, It was Flacco killing us in the air. Sure Star didnt provide a pass rush but he was never expected to. 

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Its not fair to go with Star.  He was drought in to help stop the run and the D gave up less than 50 yards of rushing.  

 

Easy to pick someone in the secondary the Ravens receivers were open all day.  

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Benjamin for sure! I knew Peterman was average at best but KB totally disappointed me.

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Benjamin hands down. He tricked his QBs into trusting him, so they threw to him and the lazy goon betrayed them.

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KB.

Hated the signing last year.

Was right to hate it.

He complained it was Cam’s fault?

Outta the frying pan, into the fire

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No one was more dissapointing than Peterman, that was so bad it was evident he doesn’t belong in the NFL let alone starting.   

 

But thats low hanging fruit.  Looking past QB, O think their are 3 clear winners of the LVP award and biggest dissapointment:

 

- Star - Being paid like an anchor on the D, playing like a guy lucky to be on a roster. 

 

- Kelvin - For a guy in a contract year, he looked like a guy who is washed up despite being under 30 still.  Tough conditions aren’t an excuse given Ravens had no problem catching.  

 

- Vontae - Yes he didn’t play, but that’s why he’s on this list.  Not even being able to be good enough to be active this week has been a major dissapointment.  Really thought he was gonna hold down the spot opposite Tre and make this secondary one of the better ones, but he’s been. As all preseason.

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1 hour ago, row_33 said:

Benjamin

 

not even second place to be considered

 

 

....and in his contract year besides.....DEFINITELY OBJ money in his future..................

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I thought the entire team looked disinterested with the exception of Allen, Edmunds and the RB Murphy.

 

Pitiful performance.

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1 hour ago, Bockeye said:

I'm going to have to go with Star. He was supposed clog the middle so our boys could wreak havoc on the QB, esp with the size of his contract. 

 

Trent stunk but is coming off injury.  Peterman has never been good in the regular season.  Only other I could think of is Benjamin, esp with his mouth in the preseason.

 

(no fair pointing to McDermott and Beane because they don't count ...even thought they get D grades at this point). 

 

I went back and watched Star specifically today and I wasn't upset with his play at all. He was doubled damn near every play and still pushed the Ravens line back at times. I don't know what more he could have done. 

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I don't know who picked the wide receivers but they all seemed to be  a bit sluggish with no separation . I don't know if it is coaching or lack of talent but you se e wide  receivers getting open  for all teams except the Bills,.  Benjamin ,Kerly and Holmes are  all rejects from another team. Get somebody that wants IT.  Soooo.........

 

My list is Benjamin and Terry Robiske  the WR Coach

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