BALTIMORE — Here are some highs and lows in terms of individual performances from the Baltimore Ravens’ 31-13 loss to the Washington Redskins:
KR Asa Jackson: He returned a kickoff 103 yards and came two yards shy of reaching the end zone. This was the first time that someone separated himself in the battle to replace Jacoby Jones as Baltimore’s returner.
LB Terrell Suggs: In what had been a poor preseason, Suggs picked off a first-quarter pass by Kirk Cousins. He read the screen pass in the flat and anticipated the throw at Washington’s 30-yard line. That led to a short field goal.
SS Will Hill: Two days after signing a new two-year deal, Hill led a charge on fourth-and-1 and dropped Redskins running back Alfred Morris for a 1-yard loss.
QB Matt Schaub: It was a disastrous performance behind a marginal offensive line. Schaub’s biggest mistake was getting picked off deep inside his own territory. He was getting hit and should’ve just taken the sack. Schaub finished 3-of-7 for 17 yards for a 10.7 passer rating.
Jackson: He didn’t show any awareness in failing to signal fair catch on a punt return in the fourth quarter. He got hit, coughed it up and gave the ball to the Redskins in Ravens territory. Jackson received a stern talk from special teams coordinator Jerry Rosburg. This came after Jackson got beat for a touchdown at cornerback.
RB Buck Allen: In his first game replacing injured Lorenzo Taliaferro, Allen gained 22 yards on 10 carries. He didn’t instill confidence when he had the ball punched out before he crossed the goal line.