PERSONNEL: The Ravens stuck with their usual three wide-receiver sets, with Smith, Brown and Jones playing 68, 65 and 62 snaps, respectively. Pitta often lined up as a traditional tight end, playing 90 percent of all offensive snaps, while backup Ed Dickson got a season-low seven snaps. It was both players' final game before they become unrestricted free agents. Despite his first-half disappearance, Rice played 48 snaps, 31 more than Pierce. Fullback Vonta Leach was barely used, playing four snaps. Cornerback Lardarius Webb and middle linebacker Daryl Smith played all but one snap. Cornerback Jimmy Smith, free safety Matt Elam and strong safety James Ihedigbo played 67, 66 and 65 snaps, respectively. Rush linebacker Terrell Suggs and nose tackle Haloti Ngata each had 81 percent participation. Elvis Dumervil (no tackles) got 31 snaps at strong-side linebacker, 13 fewer than Courtney Upshaw (one tackle). With defensive tackle Arthur Jones out with a concussion, nose tackle Terrence Cody played 27 snaps.