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QB Joe Flacco
Flacco's numbers weren't anything overly special. He threw for 273 with a touchdown and an interception. But he was efficient, made some big-time throws down the field despite heavy winds, and the interception wasn't his fault based on what coach John Harbaugh and wide receiver Torrey Smith said after the game. He also could have had another touchdown had Jacoby Jones been able to hold onto what was a perfect throw at one point during the first half.

CB Corey Graham
Graham has had a tough year, but Sunday was probably his best game of the season. Fellow cornerbacks Lardarius Webb and Jimmy Smith deserve credit as well. They were both also key in the Ravens limiting New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith the way they did. But Graham had two big plays in big moments of the game. He had two interceptions. Both came with the Jets in Baltimore territory during the second half.
Honorable mentions: Jacoby Jones, Justin Tucker

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RB Ray Rice
In Rice's defense, there wasn't much room to run despite how complimentary Harbaugh and others were of the Ravens' offensive line after the game. Either way, though, Rice was ineffective, like he has been this season with the exception of last week's game against the Chicago Bears. Yes, the Jets have the best run defense in the NFL, but averaging 1.9 yards per carry is bad regardless of who you're facing.

WR Tandon Doss
Doss dropped a pass that was right in his hands early in the second quarter and saw little playing time (if any) on offense the rest of the game as Brandon Stokley filled his usual role in the slot on third downs. Doss also appeared to misplay two punts during the first half and was replaced on punt returns by Jacoby Jones.
-Matt Zenitz

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