Observations: The Ravens made several changes as they tried to jump-start their offense. With Mekari at center in place of Skura, Powers received a full starter’s workload for the first time this season. Fluker and Holden split time almost evenly at right tackle. The Ravens would like to settle on an offensive line for the rest of the season, but don’t be surprised if this experimentation continues for a few weeks. At wide receiver, Bryant went from inactive to a significant contributor in one week. His playing time seemed to come mostly at the expense of Duvernay, who played 23 fewer snaps than he did against the New England Patriots. As Brown’s slump continued, he played his lowest snap count since Week 4. With Nick Boyle out, Andrews played a season-high 86% of offensive snaps. At running back, the Ravens largely abandoned their rotation and turned the keys over to Dobbins. Coach John Harbaugh said the decision was based on the flow of this game, so it’s unclear how Edwards and Ingram will be used going forward.