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Here's the breakdown of how many snaps each Ravens player had against the Cowboys on Saturday.

Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

A breakdown of the Ravens' players snap counts vs. Dallas:

Offense

Player Snaps Percentage
Lorenzo Taliaferro 32 48%
Joe Flacco 31 46%
Rick Wagner 30 45%
Kelechi Osemele 30 45%
Jeremy Zuttah 30 45%
Dennis Pitta 30 45%
Marshal Yanda 30 45%
Eugene Monroe 29 43%
Steve Smith 27 40%
Torrey Smith 27 40%
Crockett Gillmore 25 37%
Jah Reid 25 37%
Nathan Overbay 24 36%
Kyle Juszczyk 23 34%
Gino Gradkowski 22 33%
John Urschel 22 33%
James Hurst 22 33%
Tyrod Taylor 21 31%
A.Q. Shipley 19 28%
Marlon Brown 19 28%
Kamar Aiken 18 27%
Ryan Jensen 18 27%
Justin Forsett 17 25%
Reggie Stephens 16 24%
Shaun Chapas 15 22%
Parker Graham 15 22%
David Mims 15 22%
Keith Wenning 15 22%
Jace Davis 14 21%
Jeremy Butler 13 19%
Michael Campanaro 13 19%
Bernard Pierce 13 19%
Jacoby Jones 13 19%
Brett Van Sloten 12 18%
Phillip Supernaw 5 7%
Ray Rice 3 4%
Deonte Thompson 2 3%
Cierre Wood 2 3%

Defense

Player Snaps Percentage
Terrence Brooks 41 60%
Chykie Brown 41 60%
C.J. Mosley 37 54%
Matt Elam 37 54%
Darian Stewart 36 53%
Dominique Franks 35 51%
Daryl Smith 30 44%
Haloti Ngata 29 43%
Tramain Jacobs 27 40%
John Simon 25 37%
Timmy Jernigan 25 37%
Chris Canty 24 35%
Pernell McPhee 24 35%
Terrell Suggs 23 34%
Courtney Upshaw 23 34%
Brynden Trawick 20 29%
DeAngelo Tyson 19 28%
Elvis Dumervil 19 28%
Arthur Brown 18 26%
Josh Bynes 17 25%
D.J. Roberts 17 25%
AJ Pataiali'i 16 24%
Brandon Williams 16 24%
Jeromy Miles 15 22%
Austin Spitler 14 21%
Zachary Orr 13 19%
Anthony Levine 13 19%
Omar Brown 13 19%
Will Hill 13 19%
Jamie Meder 13 19%
Deji Olatoye 13 19%
Nick DiMarco 11 16%
Derrick Hopkins 11 16%
Albert McClellan 8 12%
Jimmy Smith 6 9%
Levi Brown 5 7%
Marrio Norman 1 1%

Special teams

Player Snaps Percentage
Zachary Orr 17 50%
Justin Tucker 16 47%
Nathan Overbay 14 41%
Anthony Levine 14 41%
Terrence Brooks 13 38%
Crockett Gillmore 12 35%
John Simon 12 35%
Morgan Cox 12 35%
Arthur Brown 11 32%
Shaun Chapas 10 29%
Brynden Trawick 10 29%
Omar Brown 10 29%
Sam Koch 10 29%
Sammy Seamster 10 29%
Lorenzo Taliaferro 8 24%`
Jace Butler 8 24%
Tramain Jacobs 8 24%
Jeremy Butler 8 24%
Albert McClellan 8 24%
Jah Reid 7 21%
A.Q. Shipley 7 21%
Kamar Aiken 7 21%
Reggie Stephens 7 21%
Michael Campanaro 7 21%
Phillip Supernaw 7 21%
Dominique Franks 7 21%
Kyle Juszczyk 6 18%
Gino Gradkowski 6 18%
Josh Bynes 6 18%
Mike Willie 6 18%
Rick Wagner 5 15%
Kelechi Osemele 5 15%
Eugene Monroe 5 15%
Deonte Thompson 5 15%
C.J. Mosley 5 15%
Austin Spitler 5 15%
Will Hill 5 15%
LaQuan Williams 5 15%
Jace Davis 4 12%
D.J. Roberts 4 12%
Nick DiMarco 4 12%
John Urschel 3 9%
James Hurst 3 9%
Marlon Brown 3 9%
Parker Graham 3 9%
Chykie Brown 3 9%
AJ Pataiali'i 3 9%
Jamie Meder 3 9%
Deji Olatoye 3 9%
Derrick Hopkins 3 9%
Justin Forsett 2 6%
Cierre Wood 2 6%
Darian Stewart 2 6%
Richie Leone 2 6%
Ryan Jensen 1 3%
David Mims 1 3%
Brett Van Sloten 1 3%
Matt Elam 1 3%
Pernell McPhee 1 3%
Marrio Norman 1 3%
Fitzgerald Toussaint 1 3%

Notes and thoughts

The Ravens drafted Michael Campanaro in the seventh round, trading a 2015 pick to do so. Following that, Ravens assistant general manager Eric DeCosta went on the record saying that the diminutive former Wake Forest pass-catcher would go on to do big things for the franchise. Well, once again, Campanaro has been out-paced in snaps by Kamar Aiken. If the Ravens go with only five wideouts, could Campanaro wind up off the team? That's why six receivers seems to make more sense at this time. Clearly, the Ravens like Aiken enough to give him as much time as he's gotten the past two games.

Deonte Thompson received a lot of love after his 108-yard touchdown return. However, he only saw two snaps at receiver and five on special teams. He certainly made the most of his opportunities. But perhaps that kickoff return isn't as big of a deal as it may have seemed in the moment.

Four non-specialists saw snaps on special teams this past Saturday. Those were Sammy Seamster, Mike Willie, LaQuan Williams and Fitzgerald Toussaint. For the latter three, this likely signals the end of the road for them. Don't discount Seamster yet, though. This is his second consecutive game where he's only received special teams snaps, though he's gotten in double digits in both. If there's an spot on this roster that could be used for special teams, he very well could get it.

Terrence Brooks will be one to keep a close eye on this week. Sure, the starting cornerbacks will probably sit, which gives Brooks more playing time by default. But he's been able to receive more reps at various positions as a result of Baltimore's top three corners getting hurt. He very well could get a lot of playing time against a first-team offense this week. How he handles it will be important.