The Ravens are undefeated after a 25-9 win over the Texans in Week 1 that was much more one-sided than the score indicated.
Lamar Jackson was solid in his first game since last year.
At the same time, Baltimore’s defense swarmed and harassed Houston rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud all afternoon, sacking the former Ohio State quarterback five times.
With several players scheduled for MRIs on Monday morning, we’re looking at the snap count for Sunday’s win.
Lamar Jackson 64 snaps
In his first game since last December, Jackson was an efficient 17-22 passing, for 169 yards and one interception.
Jackson led the Ravens in rushing with 38 yards on six carries.
The big news was Dobbins suffering a significant Achilles injury in his first game of the season.
Gus Edwards and Justice Hill will now assume the lead running back roles.
Odell Beckham made his debut for Baltimore, logging two catches for 37 yards. Rookie wide receiver Zay Flowers was the star of the show, amassing 9 catches for 78 yards in his debut.
The offensive line saw Ronnie Stanley and Tyler Linderbaum exit the game with injuries that’ll require Monday morning MRIs.
With Mark Andrews out of the lineup, Isaiah Likely and Charlie Kolar combined for 1 catch on two targets.
The Ravens defensive front was stout, holding the Texans to 72 total rushing yards.
Oweh and Ojabo tallied three tackles each, while Jadeveon Clowney was disruptive in his first action in Baltimore.
Roquan Smith led all players with 16 tackles on the afternoon, while Patrick Queen logged a sack.
Stepehens got the start at cornerback and logged 12 tackles on the afternoon, while Ronald Darby logged 7.
Ar’Darius Washington was active all afternoon, logging 6 tackles, 1 sack, 1 tackle for loss, 1 pass defended and 1 quarterback hit.
The big news surrounds Marcus Williams who was reported to have torn a pec muscle.