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Ravens Week 17 Snap Counts: Ben Cleveland fills in capably for Kevin Zeitler

Miami Dolphins v Baltimore Ravens Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images

The Ravens punctuated perhaps the best regular season in franchise history with a 56-19 thrashing of the Dolphins in Week 17. Baltimore outgained Miami by 3.2 yards per play, 116 net yards and won the turnover battle three to one. With the dominant victory, the Ravens have secured the AFC’s top playoff seed, a postseason bye, home field advantage in the playoffs, and an opportunity to rest their starters in Week 18.

Quarterbacks

Lamar Jackson: 53 Offensive Snaps (93%)

Tyler Huntley: 4 (7%)

Josh Johnson: Inactive

Malik Cunningham: Inactive

Lamar likely put the finishing touches on his second MVP campaign by passing for 321 yards and five touchdowns. In mop-up duty, Huntley completed his only attempt for a 19-yard score.

Running Backs

Gus Edwards: 31 (54%)

Justice Hill: 20 (35%) — 5 Special Teams Snaps (17%)

Melvin Gordon - 8 (14%)

Gus received 16 of the team’s 32 carries and cashed in his 13th touchdown of the season. Hill generated 213 all-purpose yards, including a 20-yard wheel route touchdown, and Gordon added a late score as well.

Tight Ends

Isaiah Likely: 36 (63%)

Patrick Ricard: 30 (53%) — 5 (17%)

Charlie Kolar: 28 (49%) — 21 (70%)

Likely impressively caught two of three targets for 42 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Kolar also caught the first touchdown of his career. And Ricard got in on the action with a one-handed touchdown grab.

Wide Receivers

Rashod Bateman: 41 (72%)

Zay Flowers: 32 (56%)

Nelson Agholor: 26 (46%)

Odell Beckham Jr.: 18 (32%)

Tylan Wallace: 10 (18%) — 19 (63%)

Laquon Treadwell: 5 (9%) — 18 (60%)

Bateman led the receivers with six targets and four receptions. Beckham’s lone target and catch was a highlight reel 33-yarder that set up a score. And Flowers continued his sizzling rookie season with 106 yards on three catches including a 75-yard scoring dagger.

Offensive Line

Ben Cleveland: 57 (100%) — 8 (27%)

John Simpson: 57 (100%) — 8 (27%)

Tyler Linderbaum: 53 (93%)

Ronnie Stanley: 40 (70%)

Morgan Moses: 40 (70%)

Daniel Faalele: 17 (30%) — 8 (27%)

Patrick Mekari: 17 (30%) — 8 (27%)

Sam Mustipher: 4 (7%) — 8 (27%)

Kevin Zeitler: Inactive

Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu: Inactive

The blocking unit did well to keep the Dolphins at bay, allowing only one sack and two quarterback hits in the contest. Filling-in for the injured Zeitler, Cleveland allowed zero pressures. Linderbaum, Moses and Mekari also managed a clean sheet in pass protection.

Defensive Line

Justin Madubuike: 45 Defensive Snaps (65%) — 3 (10%)

Travis Jones: 38 (55%) — 11 (37%)

Broderick Washington: 26 (38%) — 3 (10%)

Brent Urban: 22 (32%) — 3 (10%)

Michael Pierce: 22 (32%)

Madubuike notched his 13th sack of the season. Jones assumed a larger workload after Pierce suffered a stinger. And Urban contributed a pair of pressures to the effort.

Inside Linebackers

Patrick Queen: 64 (93%)

Roquan Smith: 64 (93%)

Del’Shawn Phillips: 5 (7%) — 22 (73%)

Trenton Simpson: 5 (7%) — 19 (63%)

After struggling to disengage from blocks early on, the inside backers rebounded well. Roquan made one of the defensive plays of the year with a sprinting one handed interception. Queen posted a tackle for loss and pass defensed, and Simpson recovered a fumble.

Outside Linebackers

Jadeveon Clowney: 40 (58%)

Odafe Oweh: 33 (48%)

Kyle Van Noy: 31 (45%)

Tavius Robinson: 14 (20%) — 14 (47%)

Malik Harrison: 12 (17%) — 22 (73%)

Jeremiah Moon: 4 (6%) — 19 (63%)

Clowney managed three pressures and a pass deflection. Oweh also had three hurries along with a sack, and Van Noy posted his eighth sack of the season.

Cornerbacks

Ronald Darby: 69 (100%)

Rock Ya-Sin: 56 (81%) — 15 (50%)

Arthur Maulet: 45 (65%) — 11 (37%)

Marlon Humphrey: 13 (19%) — 2 (7%)

Brandon Stephens: Inactive

Damarion Williams : Inactive

With Stephens sidelined and Humphrey injured on a special teams play, the backup corners performed admirably. Maulet had a tackle for loss and pass defensed while allowing only 2.8 yards per target into his coverage. Darby allowed only 4.2 yards per target and Ya-Sin was serviceable during his first defensive action in a month.

Safeties

Geno Stone: 69 (100%) — 10 (33%)

Marcus Williams: 64 (93%)

Daryl Worley: 12 (17%) — 16 (53%)

Andrew Adams: 6 (9%) — 15 (50%)

Kyle Hamilton: Inactive

Geno Stone led the defense with six solo tackles and snared his seventh interception of the season.

Specialists

Justin Tucker: 17 (57%)

Jordan Stout: 10 (33%)

Tyler Ott: 10 (33%)

Stout averaged 35.5 yards on two punts and Tucker knocked eight extra points through the uprights.