Observations: Andrews went from playing 71% of offensive snaps in Week 1 to 58.5% against the Texans in an overall quiet day. The Ravens continued their egalitarian rotation at running back, with Ingram taking a slight lead in playing time after Dobbins played the most snaps in Week 1. Duvernay’s playing time slipped, though he’s been effective in limited snaps. The Ravens seem locked into their starting offensive line for the time being, shooting for the week-to-week stability they achieved in 2019.
Ravens defensive snap counts vs. Houston Texans on Sept. 20
Observations: Smith’s workload more than doubled from Week 1 after Young suffered a likely season-ending knee injury. The veteran cornerback has quickly gone from versatile luxury to his more customary spot as an essential plank in the secondary. Averett also more than doubled his workload with Young out. Peters and Humphrey, meanwhile, seem unlikely to receive much rest; they played every defensive snap against Houston. McPhee, who’s been effective, played nearly as many snaps as Judon in a mild surprise. Ferguson continues to be the odd man out among the edge defenders. After Fort and Harrison split playing time almost evenly in Week 1, the veteran more than doubled his rookie partner against the Texans. Williams' 25 snaps tied his season low from last season. If the Ravens follow the same pattern, they’ll control the veteran nose tackle’s workload early and lean on him heavily late in the season.