At times Haloti Ngata is a very frustrating player to watch. He laid down a marker on the very first snap of the game, swimming his way across a pair of Steelers blockers to blow up the run in the backfield. This was J.J. Watt-type stuff, but it was to be the exception not the rule for the Ravens' lineman in this game. He regularly flashes the kind of dominance he is capable of, but has never been able to deploy it on as regular a basis as the best players in the game at his position, and such has usually been underrated by PFF compared to the general view of him. In this game Ngata could only generate a single bit of pressure on 28 pass rushing snaps, though it was a knockdown, albeit a pretty late one. He was better against the run thanks to plays like that first snap, but was still less than dominant, grading only +2.1 overall. I say only, because though that is an impressive grade, it is so much less than he is capable of, and showed he was able to achieve in flashes in this game.