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NFL Hall of Fame game ReFocused: Baltimore Ravens 17, Chicago Bears 16

Aug 2, 2018; Canton, OH, USA; Baltimore Ravens tight end Maxx Williams (87) reacts to scoring a touchdown against the Chicago Bears in the first half at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium.
Kicking off the PFF ReFocused series for the preseason, utilizing our first ever preseason grades available from Premium Stats 2.0, here are the game’s top performances, from a grading standpoint, on each side of the ball, for each team: Baltimore Ravens, top-graded defensive players Kamalei Correa tops the charts here on defense for the Ravens while Za’Darius Smith was close behind.
Correa though, had the impact plays, with three sacks and five defensive stops.
Chicago Bears top-graded defensive players Doran Grant was targeted twice on two snaps in coverage, allowing neither of them to be caught and intercepting the other.
Jonathan Bullard recorded a QB pressure and a run stop in his limited action, showing his worth on the interior of the Bears defensive line.
Chicago Bears top-graded offensive players Rookie WR Javon Wims dominated the action last night, hauling in a game-high seven receptions for 89 yards and the game’s top passer rating when targeted of 97.5.
Other notable performances On limited action in the second quarter, Ravens QB Josh Woodrum quietly had what was perhaps the best night of any of the quarterbacks, though he did take one ill-advised sack that didn’t help his overall grade.
Bears rookie guard Dejon Allen had a strong night in pass protection, allowing just a single QB hurry on 41 pass-blocking snaps.
He recorded three QB pressures on his nine pass-rushing snaps from the right side of the defensive alignment while also recording two run stops on just six snaps in run defense.
He was dominant in the passing game as well, registering three solo stops in coverage, as he dropped back to cover Bears pass-catchers on 30 snaps in the contest.

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Aug 2, 2018; Canton, OH, USA; Baltimore Ravens tight end Maxx Williams (87) reacts to scoring a touchdown against the Chicago Bears in the first half at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

The Baltimore Ravens kicked off the 2018 NFL preseason with a victory over the Chicago Bears, 17-16. While much has been made of the quarterback performance of both Ravens QBs Lamar Jackson’s NFL debut and Robert Griffin III’s bad interception luck, there were other notable and standout performances during the contest.

Kicking off the PFF ReFocused series for the preseason, utilizing our first ever preseason grades available from Premium Stats 2.0, here are the game’s top performances, from a grading standpoint, on each side of the ball, for each team:

Baltimore Ravens, top-graded defensive players

Baltimore Ravens 17, Chicago Bears 16, Hall of Fame game

Kamalei Correa tops the charts here on defense for the Ravens while Za’Darius Smith was close behind. Smith’s 18.4 pass-rush productivity led all edge defenders in the game as he recorded three QB pressures on just 12 pass-rush snaps. Correa though, had the impact plays, with three sacks and five defensive stops.

Chicago Bears top-graded defensive players

Baltimore Ravens 17, Chicago Bears 16, Hall of Fame game

Doran Grant was targeted twice on two snaps in coverage, allowing neither of them to be caught and intercepting the other. Grant’s 0.0 passer rating when targeted was obviously the best mark among…

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