Week 6 PFF Grades
After arguably the best offensive performance (at least in the second half) by the Eagles this season, they still came up just short against a "healthy, healthy" Baltimore team. This game saw plenty of mistakes early, so let's breakdown if they affected the players' game grades.
Best Grade: C Jason Kelce, 79.4
One of the last two original starters on offense, Jason Kelce was a monster in the run game. On the Eagles' 19 run plays, Kelce earned a run block grade of 86.2 and even though he allowed a sack early, he tightened up his pass blocking in the second half.
Worst Grade: RB Miles Sanders, 45.5
Before he got hurt, Sanders saw 29 snaps. The highlight of them a 74-yard run where he fumbled short of the end zone. Luckily that ball was recovered by third-highest graded Eagle J.J. Arcega-Whiteside for a touchdown. Sanders also dropped what would've been a touchdown which is just not ideal when down by three scores.
Best Grade: DE Brandon Graham, 79.9
Brandon Graham did a great job as Lamar Jackson's temporary nightmare on Sunday; for a good part of the game, Graham was in close pursuit of Jackson, keeping him running laterally and posting two sacks.
Worst Grade: DT Javon Hargrave, 54.8
No, it's not Nate Gerry, he actually led the team in tackles and had the only pass breakup on the Eagles. Javon Hargrave is at the bottom here simply because he was mostly a non-factor on defense. He played 42 snaps and recorded exactly zero tackles. He did have a QB hurry, but outside of that he wasn't good or bad.
Jalen Mills moved back to safety and had the highest pass coverage grade at 70.2.
Travis Fulgham (75.2) is Carson Wentz's new best friend. When targeting Fulgham, Wentz has a 129.4 passer rating.
Jack Driscoll stepped up big in the passing game, allowing no sacks on one hurry for a team-high pass block grade of 82.8.