Titans Ravens snap counts

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Titans Ravens snap counts
Taywan Taylor was (for the most part) benched after bobbling a screen pass.

Titans-Ravens snap counts

Here is a quick look at the Ravens-Titans snap counts. This was the first game after the bye week where the Titans staff reviewed film and made adjustments. This week also brought the return of Johnathan Cyprien and Corey Davis.

Titans Ravens offensive snaps
Titans-Ravens offensive snaps

With Quinton Spain injured, Brian Schwenke received 100 percent of the snaps. 2016 free agent signee Dennis Kelly didn’t take a snap at guard. Remember, the Titans were willing to let Schwenke leave via free agency in the spring. Taywan Taylor barely played after his bobbled screen pass. Eric Decker didn’t even play half of the team’s snaps. If we count the wide receiver lined up next to the tackle as a tight end, then Decker took nine snaps as a tight end and fourteen as a wide receiver. Jalston Fowler led the way for running backs to average 5.1 yards per carry on five snaps. He was uncovered and not passed to on four other snaps.

Titans Ravens defensive snap counts
Titans-Ravens defensive snap counts

Adoree Jackson actually played the most snaps this week when you add in offense and special teams. Brice McCain is now relegated to just nine snaps. Seven million dollar Sylvester Williams only played 17 snaps. The return of Johnathan Cyprien seems to have knocked Jayon Brown down some. Brown didn’t even get half of the defensive snaps. Joe Flacco missed several open targets during the game. The Titans may regret limiting Brown. Kevin Dodd played this week but his snaps seem to have just limited the number of snaps Erik Walden received.


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