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Ravens Week 12 Snap Counts: Ronald Darby serves as CB2

Baltimore Ravens v Los Angeles Chargers Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

Baltimore secured their AFC-leading ninth victory with a 20-10 primetime win in Los Angeles. The Ravens outgained the Chargers by 82 yards, won time of possession by nearly seven minutes and were plus-four in the turnover department. They will enter their long-awaited bye week atop the conference.

Quarterbacks

Lamar Jackson: 71 Offensive Snaps (100%)

Tyler Huntley: Did Not Play

Josh Johnson: Inactive

Lamar’s 56.3 completion percentage was his lowest mark of the season and 177 passing yards his third lowest of the season.

Running Backs

Keaton Mitchell: 33 (46%) — 2 Special Teams Snaps (10%)

Justice Hill: 20 (28%) — 6 (29%)

Gus Edwards: 19 (27%)

Mitchell out snapped Justice and Gus for the first time this season, producing 64 yards on nine carries, plus 25 receiving yards. Hill popped a 18-yard gain on one of his five carries while Edwards managed just a 3.3 yard average on his eight attempts.

Tight Ends

Isaiah Likely: 52 (73%) — 6 (29%)

Patrick Ricard: 31 (44%) — 3 (14%)

Charlie Kolar: 19 (27%) — 17 (81%)

Likely again received the bulk of Mark Andrews’ snaps and contributed a team-high 40 receiving yards on four catches. Kolar was not targeted.

Wide Recievers

Zay Flowers: 67 (94%)

Rashod Bateman: 57 (80%)

Nelson Agholor: 29 (41%)

Odell Beckham Jr.: 23 (32%)

Tylan Wallace: 2 (3%) — 13 (62%)

Devin Duvernay: 2 (3%) — 6 (29%)

With a 37-yard touchdown run, 3-yard touchdown catch and team leading five receptions, Flowers broke out in Week 12. Beckham was an efficient three catches on five targets for 34 yards and Agholor had a 21-yard gain.

Offensive Line

Kevin Zeitler: 71 (100%) — 5 (24%)

Morgan Moses: 71 (100%)

Tyler Linderbaum: 71 (100%)

Ronnie Stanley: 70 (99%)

John Simpson: 68 (96%) — 5 (24%)

Ben Cleveland: 4 (6%) — 5 (24%)

Patrick Mekari: 1 (1%) — 3 (14%)

Daniel Faalele: 0 — 5 (24%)

Sam Mustipher: Inactive

Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu: Inactive

Tackles Ronnie Stanley and Morgan Moses struggled to stonewall Khalil Mack, who finished with two sacks. The blocking unit helped pave the way for 197 rushing yards with a 5.6 yard average per run.

Defensive Line

Justin Madubuike: 40 Defensive Snaps (61%) — 3 (14%)

Michael Pierce: 38 (58%)

Travis Jones: 23 (35%) — 8 (38%)

Broderick Washington: 22 (33%) — 5 (24%)

Brent Urban: 12 (18%) — 3 (14%)

Madubuike extended his streak with a half sack and put three hits on Justin Herbert but exited early to be evaluated for a concussion. Jones posted a half sack and Pierce recovered a fumble. After being deactivated last week, Washington returned with a sack in Week 12, his second of the season.

Inside Linebackers

Roquan Smith: 66 (100%)

Patrick Queen: 62 (94%)

Del’Shawn Phillips: 4 (6%) — 16 (76%)

Josh Ross: 0 — 15 (71%)

Trenton Simpson: Inactive

The inside linebacker duo rebounded to hold Austin Ekeler below 65 yards from scrimmage. Both Smith and Queen recorded five solo tackles, one pass breakup and a forced fumble apiece.

Outside Linebackers

Kyle Van Noy: 47 (71%)

Odafe Oweh: 41 (62%)

Jadeveon Clowney: 36 (55%)

Tavius Robinson: 10 (15%) — 10 (48%)

Malik Harrison: Inactive

Van Noy saw an uptick in snaps and recorded a pass defensed. Oweh notched a tackle for loss. Clowney made an impact with two quarterback hits, a sack, forced fumble and fumble recovery.

Cornerbacks

Brandon Stephens: 66 (100%) — 5 (24%)

Ronald Darby: 66 (100%)

Arthur Maulet: 7 (11%) — 6 (29%)

Jalyn Armour-Davis: 0 — 12 (57%)

Rock Ya-Sin: 0 — 8 (38%)

Marlon Humphrey: Inactive

The Ravens’ cornerbacks help hold Justin Herbert to 4.1 yards per pass. Stephens broke up a pass and Maulet corralled an interception. Darby played the complete game for the first time this season.

Safeties

Kyle Hamilton: 66 (100%) — 2 (10%)

Marcus Williams: 66 (100%)

Geno Stone: 54 (82%) — 10 (48%)

Daryl Worley: 0 — 16 (76%)

Andrew Adams: 0 — 10 (48%)

Hamilton continued his All-Pro caliber season with two tackles for loss and a pass breakup. Williams also broke up a pass and Stone saw 54 snaps in the ‘Big Nickel’ personnel grouping.

Specialists

Justin Tucker: 10 (48%)

Jordan Stout: 8 (38%)

Tyler Ott: 8 (38%)

Tucker hit from 42 and 48-yards out but pushed a 44-yard field goal wide left.