The Ravens are 8-3, and a Chiefs loss to the Eagles on Monday night away from being the top seed in the AFC entering Week 12.
The win completed a head-to-head sweep of Cincinnati (5-5) and moved to 2 1/2 games ahead of the last-place Bengals.
Star quarterback Joe Burrow left in the second quarter after throwing a touchdown pass and couldn’t return, while Baltimore tight end Mark Andrews is expected to miss the rest of the season after hurting an ankle.
With Baltimore on a semi-bye, we’re looking at Thursday night’s snap count and playing time percentages.
Lamar Jackson 66 snaps
Jackson threw for 264 yards and two touchdowns despite losing tight end Mark Andrews on the first drive of the game.
Edwards led the group with 12 carries for 62 yards and two touchdowns, while Keaton Mitchell had 8 carries for 33 yards.
Beckham is best when used on a pitch count, and on Thursday night, he turned his 22 snaps into 4 catches for 116 yards (29.0 YPC). Zay Flowers led the Ravens in snaps, and logged 3 catches for 43 yards.
Rashaod Bateman scored his first touchdown of the season.
Isaiah Likely 49 snaps
Charlie Kolar 11 snaps
Mark Andrews 7 snaps
Pro Bowl tight end Mark Andrews logged 7 snaps, recording two catches for 23 yards before suffering a season ending ankle injury.
Isaiah Likely assumed the lead role with Andrews out and he had zero catches on two targets in the win.
With Broderick Washington being a healthy scratch, Travis Jones and Brent Urban saw an increase in snaps.
Madubuike logged another sack, while Urban had 3 tackles.
Queen and Smith both logged 10+ tackles on the night, while Odafe Oweh had 3 tackles and another sack. Clowney and Van Noy both recorded a sack on the night.
With Marlon Humphrey ruled out, Ronald Darby, Rock Ya-Sin and Jalyn Armour-Davis all saw snaps at the cornerback spot opposite Brandon Stephens.
Williams had 7 tackles and 2 passes defended.