Ravens' snap breakdown at Bears

November, 19, 2013
11/19/13
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An analysis of the Baltimore Ravens' snap counts from Sunday at the Chicago Bears:

OFFENSE (Based on 78 snaps)

Quarterback: Joe Flacco 78.

Running backs: Ray Rice 59, Barnard Pierce 19, Vonta Leach 18.

Wide receivers: Torrey Smith 75, Tandon Doss 60, Jacoby Jones 37, Deonte Thompson 34.

Tight ends: Ed Dickson 54, Dallas Clark 23.

Offensive line: Marshal Yanda 78, Eugene Monroe 78, Michael Oher 78, A.Q. Shipley 78, Gino Gradkowski 78.

Offensive analysis: Tandon Doss surprisingly benefited the most by Marlon Brown's absence with a season-best 60 snaps, which were 23 more than presumed No. 2 Jacoby Jones. … After disappearing over the past month, fullback Vonta Leach played 18 snaps, which may have been the result of the Ravens not going three-wide as much with the strong wind gusts. … Ed Dickson continues to get the most snaps at tight end because he's a better blocker than Dallas Clark.

DEFENSE (Based on 62 snaps)

Defensive line: Chris Canty 48, Arthur Jones 46, Terrence Cody 35, DeAngelo Tyson 11, Brandon Williams 5.

Linebackers: Daryl Smith 62, Terrell Suggs 53, Courtney Upshaw 43, Jameel McClain 30, Elvis Dumervil 26, Josh Bynes 18, Arthur Brown 14, Pernell McPhee 11.

Secondary: Lardarius Webb 62, James Ihedigbo 61, Jimmy Smith 61, Matt Elam 58, Corey Graham 32, Jeromy Miles 5, Chykie Brown 1.

Defensive analysis: While Daryl Smith played every snap, there continued to be a linebacker-by-committee next to him with Jameel McClain (48 percent), Josh Bynes (29 percent) and Arthur Brown (23 percent) all getting playing time. … With Haloti Ngata sidelined, Cody played a season-high 35 snaps. He had 21 snaps in the previous game. … Safety James Ihedigbo missed his first snap of the season when he sat out one play after getting banged up. … It was an active game for Corey Graham, who led the Ravens with eight tackles despite playing only 52 percent of the defensive snaps.

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter

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