PERSONNEL: The Ravens have essentially demoted 2013 first-round safety Matt Elam, replacing him with Will Hill in the starting lineup. Elam played a career-low 15 snaps against the Titans. He has missed 12 tackles, the most in the NFL by any defensive back. Hill played all but three of the defensive snaps in his second start for the Ravens and is expected to remain in the lineup going forward. Converted safety Anthony Levine started his first career game at cornerback and played 40 snaps. Rookie free safety Terrence Brooks played 19 snaps after being a healthy scratch against the Pittsburgh Steelers. In his first game since being claimed off waivers, Danny Gorrer played 31 snaps at nickel back. Middle linebacker Daryl Smith played 54 snaps, the most of anyone on defense. Rookie inside linebacker C.J. Mosley and cornerback Lardarius Webb played 53 snaps apiece. Suggs and Dumervil played 48 and 27 snaps, respectively. Eugene Monroe played all but three snaps at left tackle as rookie James Hurst continues to get a few snaps per game. Tight ends Owen Daniels and Crockett Gillmore divided the workload with 57 and 29 snaps, respectively. Fullback Kyle Juszczyk played 29 snaps. Marlon Brown remained in the third receiver role with 23 snaps, followed by 18 for Kamar Aiken. Jacoby Jones didn't play any snaps at receiver for the second week in a row. Bernard Pierce was more involved on offense, getting eight carries for 31 yards as rookie Lorenzo Taliaferro went down to three carries for 10 yards one week after he lost a fumble against the Steelers.