Unless he runs into some off the field problems or has an injury, running back Willis McGahee will most likely get touches in the first half of the team's 10 remaining regular season games.
McGahee didn't play Sunday against the Patriots because the Ravens thought starter Ray Rice was on the verge of breaking a long run and didn't put McGahee into the game.
But after reviewing the strategy, the Ravens plan to get McGahee touches.
It's a good move by the team, and look for the Ravens to use more of the three-back rotation with McGahee, Rice and fullback Le'Ron McClain.
A fresh McGahee would have come in handy against the Patriots, especially late in the game, when the Ravens wanted to pound the ball.