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Ravens Week 16 Snap Counts: Brandon Stephens plays 82 total snaps, surpasses 1,100 for the season

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In a contest that was billed as a probable Super Bowl preview, the Ravens traveled to the West Coast and soundly defeated the 49ers on their home field. San Francisco outgained Baltimore by 86 net yards and 0.9 yards per play. However, Baltimore dominated the turnover battle five to none, including four interceptions of former MVP candidate Brock Purdy. The well rounded and battle tested Ravens will secure the AFC’s top playoff seed with a victory over Miami in Week 17.

Quarterbacks

Lamar Jackson: 68 Offensive Snaps (100%)

Tyler Huntley: Did Not Play

Josh Johnson: Inactive

Malik Cunningham: Inactive

Lamar completed 23 of 35 passes for 252 yards and two touchdowns. He added another 45 rushing yards, including a 30-yard scramble.

Running Backs

Justice Hill: 42 (62%) — 4 Special Teams Snaps (15%)

Gus Edwards: 29 (43%)

Melvin Gordon - DNP

With Keaton Mitchell on injured reserve, Hill led the backfield with 10 carries and caught three passes for 31 yards. Edwards posted 31 rushing yards, a 39-yard reception and punched in a second quarter touchdown.

Tight Ends

Isaiah Likely: 50 (74%) — 1 (4%)

Patrick Ricard: 28 (41%) — 3 (11%)

Charlie Kolar: 20 (29%) — 16 (59%)

Likely gained 56 yards on four targets and Kolar added a 17-yard reception.

Wide Receivers

Zay Flowers: 53 (78%) — 1 (4%)

Rashod Bateman: 37 (54%) — 1 (4%)

Odell Beckham Jr.: 37 (54%)

Nelson Agholor: 37 (54%)

Tylan Wallace: 5 (7%) — 17 (63%)

Laquon Treadwell: 0 — 17 (63%)

With a 38-percent target share, Flowers continues to be Lamar’s go-to receiver while Mark Andrews is sidelined. Zay turned 13 targets into nine catches for 72 yards and a touchdown. Agholor caught the other touchdown. Beckham and Bateman combined for just 27 yards on seven targets.

Offensive Line

John Simpson: 68 (100%) — 7 (26%)

Tyler Linderbaum: 68 (100%)

Ronnie Stanley: 58 (85%)

Kevin Zeitler: 57 (84%) — 6 (22%)

Morgan Moses: 51 (75%)

Daniel Faalele: 17 (25%) — 7 (26%)

Ben Cleveland: 13 (19%) — 7 (26%)

Patrick Mekari: 10 (15%) — 7 (26%)

Sam Mustipher: Inactive

Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu: Inactive

The battered and bruised blocking unit stepped up to the challenge of facing the 49ers front and delivered a strong performance despite losing Zeitler to a thigh injury and Mekari to a head injury during the game. Stanley rebounded from a recent slump to neutralize the opposition. Nick Bosa was limited to only three pressures and San Francisco managed just two sacks and four quarterback hits total.

Defensive Line

Justin Madubuike: 48 Defensive Snaps (69%) — 3 (11%)

Michael Pierce: 34 (49%)

Travis Jones: 29 (41%) — 10 (37%)

Brent Urban: 26 (37%) — 3 (11%)

Broderick Washington: 16 (23%) — 4 (15%)

Despite allowing 6.7 yards per rushing attempt, the defensive line helped provide consistent pressure on the 49ers passers. Madubuike and Jones tied for second most pressures on the team with four apiece. And Urban notched two sacks in perhaps the best game of his career.

Inside Linebackers

Patrick Queen: 70 (100%)

Roquan Smith: 68 (97%)

Del’Shawn Phillips: 2 (3%) — 20 (74%)

Trenton Simpson: 0 — 16 (59%)

The linebacker duo tallied just four solo tackles combined. Nevertheless, their coverage was instrumental in eliminating easy completions over the middle of the field. Christian McCaffrey managed only 28 receiving yards on 10 targets. Queen also provided four pressures while blitzing and secured his first interception of the season.

Outside Linebackers

Kyle Van Noy: 45 (64%)

Jadeveon Clowney: 41 (59%)

Odafe Oweh: 34 (47%)

Malik Harrison: 13 (19%) — 20 (74%)

Tavius Robinson: 5 (7%) — 12 (44%)

Jeremiah Moon: 0 — 16 (59%)

Clowney filled up the stat sheet with one sack, one tackle for loss, one pass deflection and eight pressures. Van Noy also posted a sack and Oweh contributed three pressures.

Cornerbacks

Brandon Stephens: 70 (100%) — 12 (44%)

Marlon Humphrey: 70 (100%)

Ronald Darby: 26 (37%) — 10 (37%)

Rock Ya-Sin: 0 — 12 (44%)

Arthur Maulet: Inactive

Jalyn Armour-Davis: Inactive

Damarion Williams : Inactive

The corners allowed 113 yards to Brandon Aiyuk but limited Deebo Samuel to just 3.9 yards per target. Stephens deflected two passes, one of which was intercepted by Humphrey. Darby served as a perimeter cornerback when Marlon traveled into the slot.

Safeties

Marcus Williams: 70 (100%)

Geno Stone: 56 (80%) — 10 (37%)

Kyle Hamilton: 48 (69%)

Daryl Worley: 0 — 19 (70%)

Hamilton snared two interceptions before exiting in the fourth quarter with a knee injury. Williams led the defense with five solo tackles and corralled a game-sealing interception.

Specialists

Justin Tucker: 14 (52%)

Jordan Stout: 11 (41%)

Tyler Ott: 10 (37%)

Tucker converted all four field goal attempts and Stout averaged 43.3 yards on his three punts.