- Jamison Hensley, ESPN Staff Writer
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OFFENSE (Based on 78 snaps)
Quarterback: Joe Flacco 78.
Running backs: Ray Rice 59, Barnard Pierce 19, Vonta Leach 18.
Tight ends: Ed Dickson 54, Dallas Clark 23.
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 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.
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.