The Ravens did as expected and rested Marshal Yanda and Ronnie Stanley while giving the rest of their offensive linemen a full workload. Boyle and Hayden Hurst received normal workloads, and Brown played more than expected. Edwards played more than Mark Ingram II normally does when he starts as the Ravens ran a power-oriented offense. Hill tied his season high for offensive snaps. The Ravens also managed to get work in for players such as Scott and Powers, who hadn’t received many opportunities since the preseason. McSorley made his NFL debut but did not get a substantial chance to spell Griffin, who started for the first time since 2016.
Clark and Humphrey played almost every snap as expected, but the surprise was Peters staying on the field for a full workload. Carr played his highest percentage of defensive snaps since Week 6. Cornerback Jimmy Smith was active but did not play. Averett received far more snaps than Marshall in covering Smith’s workload. Judon played a season-low 64% of defensive snaps but was on the field, rushing aggressively, late in the game. The Ravens rested Brandon Williams but managed to cover his snaps without leaning too heavily on any individual player.