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Ravens snap-count analysis: COVID makes major changes in secondary against Packers

Ravens offensive snap counts vs Green Bay Packers 12/19/21

Alejandro Villanueva T70

Ben Cleveland G70

Kevin Zeitler G70

Tyler Huntley QB 70

Bradley Bozeman C70

Rashod Bateman WR 65

Marquis Brown WR 62

Mark Andrews TE 56

David Sharp T47

Devonta Freeman RB 39

Latvius Murray RB 29

Tire Philips T23

Devin DuVernay WR 22

Eric Tomlinson TE 22

Nick Boyle te 20

James Proche WR 16

Tylon Wallace WR 14

Josh Oliver TE5

Observation: Freeman and Murray split snaps equally when running back after Freeman dominated the workload in Weeks 13 and 14. With Sammy Watkins out, Bateman played a career-high 93% of offensive snaps. DuVernay played a season-low 31% offensive snap as he appeared to deal with an unspecified injury. Wallace played career-high 20% offensive snaps. Cleveland played every offensive snap in his first NFL debut, and Sharp made the move for the Phillies, who walked away with a knee injury. Boyle came back after missing the last two weeks and threw some remarkable blocks in the second half.

Ravens Defensive Snap Count vs Green Bay Packers 12/19/21

Anthony Everett CB 62

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Brandon Stephens FS 62

Zeno Stone SS62

Kevon Seymour CB 54

Patrick Queen LB 53

Tyce Bowser LB 52

Robert Jackson CB 38

Justin Houston lb 38

Josh Bynes lb 36

Odafe Oweh LB 36

Brandon Williams NT 35

Justin Madubuik DT32

Justin Ellis DT 21

Chris Board LB 20

Broderick Washington DT 20

Tawn Young CB20

Anthony Levine SS 19

Tony Jefferson SS9

Jaylon Ferguson LB 7

Christian Welch lb6

Overview: The COVID-19 outbreak radically changed the secondary over a weekend, with Stone stepping in as the Har-down safety for Chuck Clark and Seymour and Jackson playing the lead roles. Levine played defensive snaps for the first time this season, and Jefferson also played a role in his first week with the team since 2019. Young was headed for a season-high snap count before a concussion sent him off the field in another. quarter. Usage patterns among defensive linemen and linebackers remained more specific, although Madubuich, Williams and Washington all played a lower percentage of defensive snaps in Cleveland than they did the previous week, while the board played nine more snaps than the Browns.

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