Here at Glenn Clark Radio, we always reflect on the Baltimore Ravens game in a more jovial manner. In retrospect, we like to choose five players on the team who — depending on the outcome of the game — deserve a Pat On The Ass or Slap To The Helmet.
The rules are simple: pick two players on defense, two players on offense, and one “wild card” (an offensive player, defensive player, special teamer or coach) who stuck out from the pack.
As you all are surely aware, the Ravens handled the Cowboys with little resistance in Week 13, and as a result, we have some Ass Pats to hand out.
They will count down in sequential order before we name the ultimate prize — Two Pats on the Ass. That one player who one single Pat just wouldn’t sit right.
Without further ado:
Glenn’s Pats on the Ass, Week 13:
5. Quarterback Lamar Jackson
If not for a couple of bad throws he’d probably be higher on the list. But I’m forced to recognize that his dynamic running was a major factor and hopefully a sign that more is to come.
4. Linebacker Patrick Queen
That was not only a really impressive play, it proved to be critical. That was the one moment during the course of the game where things were at least somewhat in doubt.
3. Defensive Lineman Derek Wolfe
He was great. Constantly in on plays, constantly disrupting.
2. Running Back Gus Edwards
I would call it a tie between he and Dobbins if I could, they were the best players on the field.
1. Running Back J.K. Dobbins (two pats)
So the same thing I just said.
Kyle’s Pats on the Ass, Week 13:
5. Patrick Queen
It was an incredibly impressive interception by Queen at a pivotal moment of the game. It was the only play I recall him making though, so he is my No. 5.
4. J.K. Dobbins
It was tough to choose which of Dobbins or Edwards were more important, so I gave the edge to the guy who finished with more yards.
3. Gus Edwards
This was a performance reminiscent of the second half of 2018 (for he and Lamar), as he was routinely ripping off chunks of yards up the middle. When Lamar stresses the perimeter, he feasts.
2. Brandon Williams
The deflection, the goal line stop and his QB pressure earned him some praise for a game in which many of the defensive stalwarts were relatively quiet.
1. Lamar Jackson
As mentioned in the Edwards blurb, Lamar’s ability to stretch the Cowboys defense horizontally seemed to open up so much space for the running game. While he was far from perfect, he was the best player on the field, in my opinion.
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