clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Ravens player participation charts vs. 49ers

New, comments

Here's the breakdown of how many snaps each Ravens player had against the 49ers on Thursday.

Ravens running back Justin Forsett saw 16 snaps Thursday night.
Ravens running back Justin Forsett saw 16 snaps Thursday night.
Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

A breakdown of the Ravens' players snap counts:

Offense

Player Snaps Percentage
A.Q. Shipley 64 80%
Gino Gradkowski 64 80%
Ryan Jensen 64 80%
Tyrod Taylor 64 80%
James Hurst 47 59%
Rick Wagner 41 51%
Crockett Gillmore 39 49%
Marlon Brown 39 49%
Jah Reid 34 42%
Kamar Aiken 29 36%
Lorenzo Taliaferro 24 30%
Nathan Overbay 23 29%
Shaun Chapas 22 28%
Kyle Juszczyk 22 28%
David Mims 22 28%
Michael Campanaro 20 25%
Bernard Pierce 17 21%
Justin Forsett 16 20%
Owen Daniels 16 20%
Phillip Supernaw 15 19%
Deonte Thompson 12 15%
Marshal Yanda 11 14%
Dennis Pitta 11 14%
Eugene Monroe 11 14%
Kelechi Osemele 11 14%
Joe Flacco 11 14%
Jeremy Zuttah 11 14%
Steve Smith 11 14%
Torrey Smith 11 14%
LaQuan Williams 11 14%
Jace Davis 9 11%
Cierre Wood 9 11%
Jeremy Butler 8 10%
Ray Rice 8 10%
Fitzgerald Toussaint 6 8%
Reggie Stephens 5 6%
Parker Graham 5 6%
John Urschel 5 6%
Brett Van Sloten 5 6%
Keith Wenning 5 6%

Defense

Player Snaps Percentage
John Simon 27 55%
Albert McClellan 27 55%
Tramain Jacobs 25 51%
Kapron Lewis-Moore 24 49%
C.J. Mosley 24 49%
Chykie Brown 22 45%
Timmy Jernigan 22 45%
Brynden Trawick 19 39%
Terrence Brooks 19 39%
Darian Stewart 19 39%
Matt Elam 19 39%
Brandon Williams 19 39%
Asa Jackson 18 37%
Pernell McPhee 18 37%
Jeromy Miles 18 37%
Arthur Brown 17 35%
D.J. Roberts 16 33%
Anthony Levine 14 29%
Josh Bynes 14 29%
Jimmy Smith 14 29%
Terrell Suggs 14 29%
Haloti Ngata 14 29%
Courtney Upshaw 14 29%
DeAngelo Tyson 13 27%
Deji Olatoye 13 27%
Omar Brown 10 20%
Chris Canty 10 20%
Zachary Orr 8 16%
Austin Spitler 8 16%
Dominique Franks 8 16%
Derrick Hopkins 8 16%
Nick DiMarco 7 14%
Elvis Dumervil 6 12%
AJ Pataiali'i 5 10%
Jamie Meder 3 6%
Levi Brown 3 6%

Special teams

Player Snaps Percentage
Brynden Trawick 11 50%
Anthony Levine 11 50%
Justin Tucker 11 50%
Sammy Seamster 11 50%
Terrence Brooks 10 45%
Zachary Orr 10 45%
Nathan Overbay 9 41%
John Simon 9 41%
Tramain Jacobs 7 32%
Asa Jackson 7 32%
Arthur Brown 7 32%
Shaun Chapas 6 27%
Morgan Cox 6 27%
Lorenzo Taliaferro 5 23%
Kyle Juszczyk 5 23%
Phillip Supernaw 5 23%
Albert McClellan 5 23%
Jeromy Miles 5 23%
Sam Koch 5 23%
Kamar Aiken 4 18%
Jace Davis 4 18%
Jeremy Butler 4 18%
Reggie Stephens 4 18%
Chykie Brown 4 18%
Omar Brown 4 18%
Austin Spitler 4 18%
A.Q. Shipley 3 14%
Gino Gradkowski 3 14%
Ryan Jensen 3 14%
Crockett Gillmore 3 14%
David Mims 3 14%
Michael Campanaro 3 14%
Kapron Lewis-Moore 3 14%
C.J. Mosley 3 14%
Darian Stewart 3 14%
Josh Bynes 3 14%
Mike Willie 3 14%
Will Hill 3 14%
James Hurst 2 9%
Rick Wagner 2 9%
Jah Reid 2 9%
Deonte Thompson 2 9%
John Urschel 2 9%
Brett Van Sloten 2 9%
D.J. Roberts 2 9%
DeAngelo Tyson 2 9%
Dominique Franks 2 9%
Parker Graham 2 9%
Marshal Yanda 1 5%
Kelechi Osemele 1 5%
Eugene Monroe 1 5%
Matt Elam 1 5%
Brandon Williams 1 5%
Pernell McPhee 1 5%
Deji Olatoye 1 5%
Derrick Hopkins 1 5%
Nick DiMarco 1 5%
Jamie Meder 1 5%
Richie Leone 1 5%
Justin Forsett 1 5%
Dennis Pitta 1 5%

Notes and thoughts

There weren't too many surprises on the offensive side of the ball. The only ones that stick out, to me, are Crockett Gillmore and Marlon Brown seeing 39 snaps apiece. The reason it's surprising is that the two combined for zero catches and zero yards. However, in the second half, the Ravens did a lot of running, which limited pass attempts down the field.

Receiver Kamar Aiken had a busy day, taking the field for 29 plays. He finished the game with four catches for 46 yards. Making the most of his limited time out there was receiver Jeremy Butler, who only saw eight offensive snaps. However, Butler caught two passes for 16 yards in a touchdown.

On defense, John Simon and Albert McClellan led the way with 27 snaps each. It's clear the Ravens want to give these two enough reps now as they'll be depth players during the season. Simon will also continue his role on special teams, as he got nine snaps in that department.

Undrafted rookie cornerback Tramain Jacobs got 25 snaps and had a solid game overall. He broke up a pass, staying stride for stride with his man. He also got seven special teams snaps. He's continuing to gain momentum with this team.

Undrafted defensive back Sammy Seamster saw absolutely no time on defense. But he did get 11 special teams plays. Seamster was a trendy sleeper before OTAs began and it looks like the way he contributes to this team is through special teams.

Sticking with special teams, it would appear that Brynden Trawick and Anthony Levine will once again have good chances of making this year's team in that phase of the game.