Ravens' snap breakdown at the Lions

Here are the Baltimore Ravens' snap counts at the Detroit Lions:

OFFENSE (Based on 62 snaps)

Quarterback: Joe Flacco 62.

Running backs: Ray Rice 44, Bernard Pierce 17, Vonta Leach 3.

Wide receivers: Torrey Smith 62, Marlon Brown 61, Jacoby Jones 53, Tandon Doss 7.

Tight ends: Ed Dickson 33, Dennis Pitta 29.

Offensive line: Marshal Yanda 62, Eugene Monroe 62, Michael Oher 62, A.Q. Shipley 62, Gino Gradkowski 62, Rick Wagner 1.

Offensive analysis: Marlon Brown played all but one snap a week after receiving the third-most snaps at wide receiver. Jacoby Jones was on the field for 85 percent of the time. Tandon Doss, who had been nonexistent on offense recently, picked up the Brandon Stokley playing time and was on the field for seven snaps. … Dallas Clark was active but didn't play. Dennis Pitta's playing time increased to 47 percent after being on the field for 42 percent of the time last week. … Vonta Leach hasn't had much of a role on offense this year, but he played just three snaps. That amounts to $16,470 per snap for him. … Bernard Pierce only received 17 snaps, ending a string of three games with at least 21 snaps.

DEFENSE (Based on 65 snaps)

Defensive line: Haloti Ngata 38, Arthur Jones 32, Chris Canty 29, Terrence Cody 14, DeAngelo Tyson 9.

Linebackers: Daryl Smith 65, Terrell Suggs 47, Courtney Upshaw 42, Jameel McClain 42, Elvis Dumervil 33, Pernell McPhee 23, Arthur Brown 12, Josh Bynes 11.

Secondary: James Ihedigbo 65, Matt Elam 65, Jimmy Smith 65, Lardarius Webb 65, Corey Graham 58.

Defensive analysis: Terrell Suggs was only on the field for 72 percent of the snaps, which is surprising. He played 90 percent against the Steelers and 89 percent against the Vikings. … Jameel McClain got the second-most snaps at inside linebacker for second straight game. Josh Bynes received the third-most this time, getting one fewer at inside linebacker than rookie Arthur Brown. … DeAngelo Tyson played nine snaps, but he recorded his first career interception on one of them. … Elvis Dumervil was on the field for 51 percent of the snaps in his first game after missing last week's game with an ankle injury.