Ravens' snap breakdown vs. the Jets

November, 25, 2013
11/25/13
4:15
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An analysis of the Baltimore Ravens' snap counts from Sunday against the New York Jets:

OFFENSE (Based on 64 snaps)

Quarterback: Joe Flacco 64, Tyrod Taylor 12.

Running backs: Ray Rice 35, Bernard Pierce 30, Vonta Leach 12.

Wide receivers: Torrey Smith 64, Marlon Brown 43, Jacoby Jones 37, Brandon Stokley 9, Tandon Doss 8.

Tight ends: Ed Dickson 55, Dallas Clark 9.

Offensive line: Marshal Yanda 64, Eugene Monroe 64, Michael Oher 64, A.Q. Shipley 64, Gino Gradkowski 64, Rick Wagner 6.

Offensive analysis: Ray Rice's playing time dropped significantly. He went from being on the field for 75 percent of the snaps in Chicago to 54 percent against the Jets. Rice basically split time with Bernard Pierce, who had five fewer snaps. ... Drops and the return of Marlon Brown decreased Tandon Doss' action. He went from 60 snaps a week ago to eight on Sunday. ... Who would've thought this? Tyrod Taylor played three more snaps than Dallas Clark.

DEFENSE (Based on 57 snaps)

Defensive line: Arthur Jones 33, Haloti Ngata 27, Chris Canty 24, Pernell McPhee 24, Terrence Cody 21, DeAngelo Tyson 14.

Linebackers: Daryl Smith 57, Terrell Suggs 45, Elvis Dumervil 43, Jameel McClain 23, Arthur Brown 20, Courtney Upshaw 20, Josh Bynes 14.

Secondary: Jimmy Smith 57, James Ihedigbo 57, Matt Elam 57, Lardarius Webb 55, Corey Graham 36.

Defensive analysis: With the Jets in catch-up mode for most of the game, the Ravens were in their nickel defense for over 60 percent of the time, which explains a spike in the snaps for Corey Graham and Elvis Dumervil. In fact, Dumervil was on the field 75 percent of the time, which is much higher than a week ago (42 percent). ... Haloti Ngata was on the field for less than half of the snaps. He returned after missing the last game with a knee injury. ... The rotation at weakside linebacker continues with Jameel McClain (40 percent), Arthur Brown (35 percent) and Josh Bynes (25 percent).

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter

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