Observations: Edwards actually played fewer snaps than the previous week in the absence of Mark Ingram II, while Dobbins almost doubled his previous career high. But Edwards carried 16 times on his 26 plays. Ricard played just 21% of offensive snaps on a day when the Ravens ran the ball 47 times. The rotation at right guard did not change over the bye week, with Mekari serving as the first option to fill in for an injured Phillips. Brown complained about a lack of targets after the game, but he certainly played a lot, eclipsing his previous career-high snap count by 15. Duvernay surpassed Boykin’s workload, continuing a trend in their respective fortunes. Hill played his first offensive snaps of the season.