Takeaways: The Ravens changed gears by playing Edwards 49 snaps, compared with season lows of 17 for Collins and five for Allen. Were they merely riding the hot back? Or will the powerful Edwards be the featured guy as long as Jackson remains at quarterback? The Ravens also leaned on Boyle and Ricard to block in their run-heavy attack. Again, it will be interesting to monitor whether that becomes the trend under Jackson. Hurst played 10 more snaps than Andrews, despite the fact Andrews has been the more productive receiver. Ty Montgomery made his Ravens debut, but it’s not clear if there’s room for him to become a significantly bigger part of the offense. The backfield picture could become even more crowded with Kenneth Dixon practicing again and eligible to return. We’ll also have to watch how the Ravens distribute snaps along the offensive line when James Hurst returns from his back injury. Brown has played well enough to remain the starter at right tackle, so the battle might come down to Hurst vs. Lewis at left guard.