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Ravens snap-count analysis: Anthony Averett and Tramon Williams fortify injury-riddled secondary

Ravens offensive snap counts vs. New York Giants 12/27/20

Orlando Brown Jr. T 68


Bradley Bozeman G 68

Ben Powers G 68


Lamar Jackson QB 68

D.J. Fluker T 54

Matt Skura C 50

Mark Andrews TE 45

Marquise Brown WR 43

Miles Boykin WR 42

Patrick Ricard FB 39

J.K. Dobbins RB 35


Gus Edwards RB 34

Devin Duvernay WR 23

Patrick Mekari C 23

Eric Tomlinson TE 23

Dez Bryant WR 19

Tyre Phillips T 15


Ben Bredeson G 14

Willie Snead IV WR 12

Justice Hill RB 3

Chris Moore WR 2

Observations: Dobbins and Edwards split snaps almost evenly, perhaps in part because Dobbins took a hard shot late in the game. It will be interesting to see if Edwards’ recent flashes as a pass catcher lead to more work for him in general. Mark Ingram II was a healthy scratch for a second straight week. Ricard and Tomlinson matched their season-high snap counts from the week before, indicating the essential roles they play as blockers. The same could be said for Boykin, who hasn’t lost any ground since he returned to a starter’s workload in Week 13. With Snead banged up, Duvernay received his greatest workload since Week 13. The Ravens also used him in their run game and as their punt returner. Skura stepped in for Mekari, who was battling back tightness, which created an opportunity for Bredeson to play as the team’s sixth lineman in heavy formations. With James Proche inactive, Moore played his first offensive snaps of the season.

Ravens defensive snap counts vs. New York Giants 12/27/20


Chuck Clark SS 64

Anthony Averett CB 64

Patrick Queen LB 60

DeShon Elliott FS 59

Marlon Humphrey CB 59

Tramon Williams CB 55


Matthew Judon LB 44

Derek Wolfe DE 39

Tyus Bowser LB 35

L.J. Fort LB 30

Yannick Ngakoue DE 30

Chris Board LB 23


Justin Madubuike DT 23

Pernell McPhee LB 22

Brandon Williams NT 21

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Calais Campbell DE 20

Justin Ellis NT 20

Jihad Ward DE 17


Malik Harrison LB 9

Jordan Richards SS 5

Pierre Desir CB 5

Observations: With Marcus Peters still sidelined by a calf injury, Averett and Tramon Williams played huge roles for a second straight week. The Ravens kept Campbell’s workload modest after he missed the previous week because of his lingering calf strain. Board played a significant role again with two sacks, but Fort nudged ahead of him in snap count because of the specific matchups presented by the Giants. The Ravens seem content rotating those two with Harrison relegated to about 10 snaps per game. The Ravens continued tinkering with their rotation on the edge, putting Ward back in the lineup ahead of the inactive Jaylon Ferguson. Ward responded with a sack and two quarterback hits. Ngakoue left the game with a thigh injury, which explains his lower snap count.