Week One Offensive Snap Breakdown: Cincinnati Bengals At Baltimore Ravens

September 10, 2012; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens linebacker Courtney Upshaw (91) bats down a pass by Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-US PRESSWIRE

It wasn't until the Cincinnati Bengals were forced to abandon the running game, and when they entered the red zone when the offense began struggling. As a unit they took part in 72 snaps, generating 322 net yards and averaging 4.7 yards/play. Cincinnati outgained the Ravens on the ground 129-122 and generated 20 first downs -- nine rushing, 10 passing. Here's a breakdown on how many snaps each offensive player took part in (we'll have defense soon).

OFFENSIVE LINE

Andrew Whitworth Kevin Zeitler Jeff Faine Clint Boling Andre Smith
72/72 72/72 72/72 72/72 72/72
100% 100% 100% 100% 100%

WIDE RECEIVER

A.J. Green Armon Binns Andrew Hawkins Brandon Tate Marvin Jones Mohamed Sanu
63/72 56/72 37/72 17/72 10/72 5/72
63% 56% 51% 24% 14% 7%

RUNNING BACKS

BenJarvus Green-Ellis Chris Pressley Brian Leonard Cedric Peerman
54/72 18/72 14/72 4/72
75% 25% 19% 6%

TIGHT ENDS

Jermaine Gresham Orson Charles Dennis Roland
65/72 11/72 6/72
90% 15% 8%

QUARTERBACKS

Andy Dalton Bruce Gradkowski
67/72 5/72
93% 7%

Numbers and snap count provided by NFL.com Game Book.

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