ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
10/15/2007

QUARTERBACK
And you thought Bulger was ineffective? Five interceptions and one lost fumble by Frerotte says it all. GRADE: F

RUNNING BACKS
After topping 100 yards rushing last week, Leonard got a reality check from Ray Lewis & Co. GRADE: D


RECEIVERS
Hobbled Holt was quiet; Hagans and McMichael had their hands on balls in the end zone, but came up empty. GRADE: C-

OFFENSIVE LINE
A bad day at the office against one of the league's top defensive units spelled nothing but trouble. GRADE: D

DEFENSIVE LINE
Stout against the run, decent pressure on Boller, but didn't really manhandle an injury-plagued Ravens O-line. GRADE: B

LINEBACKERS
Tinoisamoa grabbed his first interception since 2005; solid work overall by the unit on coverage and run defense. GRADE: B

SECONDARY
A decent job against an underrated Ravens receiver corps, but there were some breakdowns that hurt. GRADE: C

SPECIAL TEAMS
So-so day at best. Wilkins missed a field goal; kickoff coverage unit allowed a 54-yard return by Figurs. GRADE: C-

COACHING
Why not blitz more on defense? Why not go for it on 4th-and-1 instead of kicking FG in third quarter? GRADE: C-