Playing time: Injuies to Delanie Walker, Dexter McCluster create opportunities

When running back Dexter McCluster suffered a first-quarter knee injury and tight end Delanie Walker suffered a second-quarter concussion, some Tennessee Titans offensive depth was called on.

Running back Leon Washington and fullback Jackie Battle played more. Battled played 12 snaps, his second-most of the season. Washington played 17 snaps, his most since 18 on opening day.

Chase Coffman got much of Walker’s work with 22 snaps, and third tight-end Richard Gordon played 16.

A look at playing time for the Titans against the Ravens:

Offense, 55 snaps

LG Andy Levitre, 55

C Brian Schwenke, 55

RG Chance Warmack, 55

RT Michael Oher, 55

QB Zach Mettenberger, 55

LT Taylor Lewan, 54

WR Justin Hunter, 52

WR Kendall Wright, 46

WR Nate Washington, 32

RB Bishop Sankey, 32

TE Walker, 29

TE Coffman, 22

RB Washington, 17

TE Gordon, 16

FB Battle, 12

WR Derek Hagan, 6

RB McCluster, 4

RB Shonn Greene, 4

OT Byron Stingily, 3

FB Karl Klug, 2

Defense, 62 snaps

CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson, 62

CB Jason McCourty, 62

S Michael Griffin, 62

ILB Avery Williamson, 59

OLB Derrick Morgan, 59

S George Wilson, 58

DL Jurrell Casey, 57

ILB Wesley Woodyard, 50

DE Ropati Pitoitua, 44

OLB Kamerion Wimbley, 43

DL Al Woods, 37

CB Coty Sensabaugh, 19

OLB Shaun Phillips, 19

SS Daimion Stafford, 19

DE Mike Martin, 19

DE DaQuan Jones, 12

DE Klug, 11

ILB Zaviar Gooden, 1

Marqueston Huff led special teamers by playing 24 snaps, 89 percent of the special teams work.