During a 34-17 loss Sunday where he started his third game of the season ahead of veteran
Although the massive 2010 second-round draft pick from Alabama finished with three tackles, two on assists, Cody didn't grade out well as he finished with the lowest grade on the defense with a minus-3.5 rating, according to Pro Football Focus.
They weren't alone in that opinion about the 6-foot-4, 341-pounder, who played 41 snaps against the Broncos and has dipped to 24 tackles after finishing with a career-high 34 tackles last season when he started every game.
"The most disappointing player on that team is Terrence Cody," former Ravens,
Jeremiah also weighed in on several other players, praising
Suggs is dealing with a torn right biceps that's no longer listed on the injury report. He was clearly in pain against the Broncos and was limited to one tackle.
"Suggs is playing with one arm," Jeremiah said. "The guy is incredibly tough, but it's hard to beat tackles with one arm."
Jeremiah praised outside linebacker
Kruger leads the Ravens with a career-high eight sacks and has recorded 6 1/2 sacks in the past six games.
"He's coming along," Jeremiah said. "One thing about him, he does not stop coming. A lot of his production is effort production. That's not a slight. A lot of
Jones has emerged as an important player in his third
"I like him," Jeremiah said. "He reminds me a little of