RAVENS RUNNING GAME: The Ravens gained just 107 yards on 30 attempts against the Browns, a performance that would have ranked as the worst of their record-setting 2019 season. Jackson led the team with 45 yards on seven carries while running back Mark Ingram picked up 29 on just 10 carries. Rookie J.K. Dobbins was the more effective back, with two touchdowns on seven carries, but he averaged 3.1 yards per attempt. If these struggles continue, the Ravens will face questions about how much they miss retired Pro Bowl guard Marshal Yanda. Rookie Tyre Phillips received praise from coach John Harbaugh for holding up in his debut as Yanda’s replacement, but he graded as the third worst starting guard in the league, according to Pro Football Focus. Center Matt Skura also faltered as a run blocker in his first game back from knee surgery. The Ravens dominated the Texans on the ground last season, rushing for 256 yards on 37 carries. Gus Edwards led the parade with 112 yards on just eight attempts, and Jackson added 79 on 10 attempts.