While you probably don't need them to confirm this for you, but Pro Football Focus thinks the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line had their best game of the season Sunday in the win over the Baltimore Ravens.
David DeCastro, Guy Whimper, Kelvin Beachum, Mike Adams, Ramon Foster and Fernando Velasco all graded out with positive scores, according to the ratings website. DeCastro led all Steelers offensive players with a game score of 3.6.
DeCastro is quietly putting together a very solid season and PFF ranks him currently as their fifth best guard in the league and their second best right guard.
As I noted in my Monday morning post on Beachum and Whimper, I had the two only allowing at best a sack each and a pressure or two and that is roughly the way PFF saw it as well.
As far as the lowest graded Steelers offensive player, PFF rightly has tight end Heath Miller in that spot and I posted Sunday night on Twitter that this would likely be the case because of his pass blocking. Miller not only fumbled in the game, but he also had a drop to go along with one quarterback hurry and one hit allowed.