Observations: Boyle could start caucusing with the offensive linemen any day now. His blocking prowess kept him on the field for almost every snap in this physically punishing match-up. Because of the inclement weather and the grinding pace, Ingram saw his snap count increase by 50 percent while the team’s top four wide receivers all played less than they had the previous week. Snead played a season-low 38.5 percent of the offensive snaps. Andrews, who remains Jackson’s first option in tight moments, inched back ahead of Hayden Hurst, who’d been playing more than his tight-end pal in recent weeks. After a difficult week in which it lost Matt Skura to a season-ending injury, the offensive line returned to its durable state. Mekari handled his starter workload without any obvious hiccups, despite the wet conditions.