Gillmore's touchdown, which opened the Ravens' scoring, was the type of jump ball in the end zone quarterback Joe Flacco has tried to find him on all season. It was his fourth score this year, the most on the team despite Gillmore missing two games with a calf injury.
Boyle, who was selected in the fifth round of this year's draft and has exceeded expectations, had a 25-yard catch-and-run on the Ravens' first offensive play of the game that was ultimately squandered when the drive stalled.
Gillmore said the tight ends weren't more involved in the offense than usual, even if more passes came their way.
"We've utilized the tight ends throughout the season," Gillmore said. "Really, it's just the same stuff we've always done. It just looks more relevant with Steve [Smith Sr.] and some other guys gone."
"It gives us an opportunity to go out there and make plays if they want us to," Williams said.