Dixon ran hard and well Sunday, according to Zrebiec. It wasn't quite an even split, but Edwards, Montgomery and Dixon all played a similar amount of snaps, he said. Edwards played 31 snaps to Dixon's 23, but perhaps going forward this will be more even.
The move comes after Monty had a costly fumble on a late kickoff against the Rams last week. Montgomery could be an improvement over Allen in Baltimore, and will give the Ravens some more versatility at RB. We think Alex Collins keeps his role as the primary ball carrier. Meanwhile in Green Bay, it means Jones and Williams will continue a share of the workload, but it likely means more of a fantasy boost for Jones. Williams should still see passing down snaps because of his blocking. The Pack will have to add anther RB, and the story said Darius Jackson was on the team early in the season and could be an option.
— Aaron Jones: 29 snaps, 11 carries for 65 yards (5.9 average), touchdown; 1 catch for 17 yards. Long run of 30 yards; on his other 10 carries he had 35 yards (3.5 average). Had six of his carries in the second half.
— Jamaal Williams: 28 snaps, 11 carries for 27 yards (2.5 average). Long run of 11 yards; on his other 10 carries he had 15 yards (1.5 average). Had four of his carries in the second half.
— Ty Montgomery: 20 snaps, 5 carries for 18 yards (3.6 average); 2 catches (on three targets) for 56 yards. Long run of 9 yards; on his other four carries he had 9 yards (2.3 average). Had three of his carries in the second half.
Even though it was by one, Jones did lead the way in snaps and touches in just his second game back. On the season, Jones is averaging 6.3 yards per carry and already has more rushes than Montgomery (17 to 16) while Williams is averaging 3.4 yards. As the story goes on to say, we’ll see how long this committee approach really lasts.