Observations: The defense enjoyed a light day in general because of the Ravens’ offensive dominance. That had to be a relief for Clark, Elliott and Humphrey, who’ve rarely left the field this season. With Peters back from a calf injury, Tramon Williams saw his workload cut while Averett remained a de facto starter. The Ravens seem ready to lean harder on veterans Campbell and Brandon Williams. With Justin Ellis inactive, Williams played his highest snap percentage of the season. The Ravens used all of their inside linebackers less than usual while giving ample snaps to their edge defenders, including Ferguson, who was a healthy scratch for Week 16. They needed him and Ward to cover for Yannick Ngakoue, who was inactive because of a thigh injury. Brooks and Welch played their first defensive snaps of the season.