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Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke Jones is the Ravens and Orioles beat reporter for WNST BaltimorePositive.com and is a PFWA member. His mind is consumed with useless sports knowledge, pro wrestler promos, and movie quotes, but he struggles to remember where he put his phone. Luke's favorite sports memories include being one of the thousands of kids who waited to get Cal Ripken's autograph after Orioles games in the summer of 1995, attending the Super Bowl XXXV victory parade with his father in the pouring rain, and watching the Terps advance to the Final Four at the Carrier Dome in 2002. Follow him on Twitter @BaltimoreLuke or email him at Luke@wnst.net.

Below are our Tuesday Top 7 Ravens players in the 24-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns in Week 13. We’ll track our rankings throughout the 2011 season using the following point system:
No. 1 – 7 points
No. 2 – 6 points
No. 3 – 5 points
No. 4 – 4 points
No. 5 – 3 points
No. 6 – 2 points
No. 7 – 1 point
To hear our full explanation for our respective lists, click HERE.
Luke Jones’ Top 7 …
7) Ricky Williams
Williams
6) Lardarius Webb
Webb
5) Dannell Ellerbe
Ellerbe
4) Pernell McPhee
McPhee
3) Vonta Leach
Leach
2) Marshal Yanda
Yanda
1) Ray Rice
Rice
Drew Forrester’s Top 7 …
7) Lardarius Webb
Webb
6) Pernell McPhee
McPhee
5) Ricky Williams
Williams
4) Dannell Ellerbe
Ellerbe
3) Michael Oher
Oher
2) Bryant McKinnie
McKinnie
1) Ray Rice
Rice
SEASON TO DATE:
Luke Jones:
1. Ray Rice (43 points)
2. Terrell Suggs (36 points)
3. Joe Flacco (35 points)
4. Haloti Ngata (30 points)
5. Anquan Boldin (20 points)
6. Lardarius Webb (19 points)
7. Torrey Smith (18 points)
8. Bernard Pollard (13 points)
9. Cary Williams (10 points)
9. Bryant McKinnie (10 points)
11. Ed Reed (9 points)
11. Cory Redding (9 points)
13. Ray Lewis (8 points)
13. Terrence Cody (8 points)
13. Billy Cundiff (8 points)
13. Dennis Pitta (8 points)
17. Ed Dickson (7 points)
18. David Reed (6 points)
18. Marshal Yanda (6 points)
18. Pernell McPhee (6 points)
21. Jarret Johnson (5 points)
21. Vonta Leach (5 points)
23. Sam Koch (4 points)
24. Jameel McClain (3 points)
24. Paul Kruger (3 points)
24. Dannell Ellerbe (3 points)
27. Matt Birk (1 point)
27. Ben Grubbs (1 point)
27. Ricky Williams (1 point)
Drew Forrester:
1. Joe Flacco (37 points)
2. Ray Rice (33 points)
3. Terrell Suggs (29 points)
4. Haloti Ngata (22 points)
5. Lardarius Webb (21 points)
6. Bryant McKinnie (19 points)
7. Bernard Pollard (18 points)
7. Torrey Smith (18 points)
9. Anquan Boldin (17 points)
9. Ed Reed (17 points)
11. Dennis Pitta (14 points)
11. Cary Williams (14 points)
13. Ed Dickson (13 points)
14. Ray Lewis (12 points)
15. Billy Cundiff (9 points)
16. Cory Redding (7 points)
16. Sam Koch (7 points)
18. Paul Kruger (6 points)
19. Jarret Johnson (5 points)
19. Michael Oher (5 points)
21. Dannell Ellerbe (4 points)
21. Jameel McClain (4 points)
21. Marshal Yanda (4 points)
24. Ricky Williams (3 points)
25. Andre Gurode (2 points)
25. Pernell McPhee (2 points)

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