PERSONNEL: Daniels played 53 snaps, 90 percent of the offensive plays. Torrey Smith and Steve rarely left the field, playing 48 and 45 snaps, respectively. The Ravens have gotten to a point with offensive tackle Eugene Monroe's recovery from arthroscopic knee surgery where he's playing 100 percent of the snaps and not being substituted with rookie James Hurst. The Ravens are using more two-back formations than anyone in the league as Juszczyk and the I-formation have remained a vital part of the offense. He played 32 snaps, 54 percent of the workload. Bernard Pierce remains the backup running back ahead of rookie Lorenzo Taliaferro ever since Taliaferro fumbled against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Pierce had seven carries for 28 yards. Former second-round picks Arthur Brown and Terrence Cody were both healthy scratches. Marlon Brown played 24 snaps on offense, catching the one pass thrown to him for 14 yards. Wide receiver Jacoby Jones made a rare appearance on offense, playing three snaps in his hometown and carrying it once for three yards and a first down. Hill, rookie linebacker C.J. Mosley, middle linebacker Daryl Smith and cornerback Lardarius Webb played all but a handful of snaps. Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs' playing time increased to 61 snaps. Against a heavy passing team, nickel back Danny Gorrer played 53 snaps. Matt Elam played 20 snaps on defense, seven more than rookie Terrence Brooks.