Baltimore Ravens vs Indianapolis Colts: Position by Position Grades

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Offensive Line

Oct 5, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts fullback Kyle Juszczyk (44) blocks Colts linebacker Henoc Muamba (51) in the second half at Lucas Oil Stadium. Colts won, 20-13. Mandatory Credit: Thomas J. Russo-USA TODAY Sports

Atrocious, horrendous, terrible, sluggish; whatever title you want to give this offensive line performance in Week 5, it wasn’t good. In fact, it was way worse than not good. It was really bad.

The struggles started and finished in the passing game. After only allowing three sacks in the first four weeks of the season, the line gave up four in this game. The pass rush of the Colts was applying pressure all day, thus Joe Flacco had absolutely no time to throw the ball.

The Ravens’ rushing game carried the ball 15 times for 90 yards, which looks good on paper, but that number is overblown due to Justin Forsett‘s 29-yard run. Other than that, the offensive line was by far the largest reason that the Ravens lost this game.

Grade: F