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Ravens snap count vs. Texans: Breakdown, observations from divisional round win

Baltimore will host the AFC title game for the first time since January 1971, after a 34-10 divisional round win over the Houston Texans on Saturday afternoon.

The Ravens will play in that semifinal round for the fifth time since their arrival in Baltimore. They’ll take on the winner of Sunday’s matchup between Buffalo and Kansas City.

Lamar Jackson was on another level from start to finish and will likely win his second NFL MVP in the coming weeks.

In Saturday’s win, Jackson accounted for four total touchdowns while becoming the first player in NFL history to log two rushing touchdowns, two passing touchdowns, 100 yards rushing, and 100 yards passing in the same game.

The stat line is a credit to offensive coordinator Todd Monken and the Ravens’ ability to develop a scheme that features what the dual-threat quarterback does best.

With preparation for Championship Sunday set to begin, we’re looking at the snap count and playing time percentages from the huge win.

QB

Lamar Jackson 68 snaps

In Saturday’s win, Jackson accounted for four total touchdowns while becoming the first player in NFL history to log two rushing touchdowns, two passing touchdowns, 100 yards rushing, and 100 yards passing in the same game.

RB

Justice Hill 39 snaps
Patrick Ricard 37 snaps
Gus Edwards 23 snaps
Dalvin Cook 9 snaps

The Ravens were dominant on the ground, rushing for 229 yards, including 100 yards by All-Pro quarterback Lamar Jackson.

Justice Hill had 13 strong carries for 66 yards, while Gus Edwards had 10 carries for 40 yards.

Dalvin Cook saw nine snaps in garbage time, racking up 8 carries for 23 yards.

WR

Zay Flowers 56 snaps
Rashod Bateman 44 snaps
Nelson Agholor 32 snaps
Odell Beckham 20 snaps

Flowers led all Ravens pass catchers with 4 receptions for 41 yards, while Rashod Bateman chipped in 3 catches for 39 yards. Agholor had 2 catches for 12 yards and a score, while Beckham had one reception for 12 yards.

TE

Isaiah likely 44 snaps
Charlie Kolar 25 snaps

Likely continued his strong play and finished with two catches for 34 yards and another touchdown, his sixth since taking over for Mark Andrews.

Andrews will return next week, giving Baltimore another dynamic pass catcher on offense.

OL

Tyler Linderbaum 68 snaps
John Simpson 66 snaps
Morgan Moses 65 snaps
Kevin Zeitler 61 snaps
Ronnie Stanley 57 snaps
Patrick Mekari 11 snaps
Ben Cleveland 8 snaps
Daniel Faalele 5 snaps

DL

Justin Madubuike 34 snaps
Jadeveon Clowney 34 snaps
Travis Jones 28 snaps
Michael Pierce 21 snaps
Broderick Washington 14 snaps
Brent Urban 7 snaps

Madubuike led this group with three tackles, one tackle for loss and two quarterback hits.

Clowney and Broderick Washington combined for 4 tackles and one QB hit.

LB

Patrick Queen 46 snaps
Roquan Smith 46 snaps
Kyle Van Noy 28 snaps
Odafe Oweh 24 snaps
Malik Harrison 9 snaps
Trent Simpson 3 snaps
Jeremiah Moon 3 snaps
Tavius Robinson 3 snaps

The dynamic duo at linebacker combined for 12 tackles and two tackles for loss, while playing a major role in limiting Houston to 38 yards rushing on 14 carries.

CB

Brandon Stephens 49 snaps
Ronald Darby 47 snaps
Arthur MAulet 19 snaps
Rock Ya-Sin 2 snaps

Maulet led this group with 4 tackles and one QB hit, while Brandon Stephens and Ronald Darby limited Nico Collins to six catches for 68 yards.

S

Kyle Hamilton 49 snaps
Marcus Williams 49 snaps
Geno Stone 24 snaps

Hamilton and Williams combined for 5 tackles and one pass defended.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire