The story said Bryant's playing time seemed to come mostly at the expense of Duvernay, who played 23 fewer snaps than he did against the New England Patriots. Also worth noting, Brown’s slump continued, he played his lowest snap count since Week 4, the story added. Bryant finished with four receptions for 28 yards, including a 16-yard catch-and-run that led to a game-tying field goal on the team’s final drive of regulation.
The expectation is Dez Bryant’s snaps will increase at some point. The Ravens don’t sign someone with the pedigree of Bryant to put him out on the field for a handful of plays.
It's a good sign Bryant suited up after six practices, which indicates the team is pleased with how he's getting in football shape and learning the offense. Last week, Lamar Jackson praised Bryant's route-running and strong hands.
The story went on to say Baltimore isn’t getting much from its wide receivers, who rank last in the NFL in receiving yards (991) and have totaled the third-fewest touchdown catches (four). Miles Boykin, who provides the most size at wide receiver outside of Bryant, has watched his snaps decrease from 40 per game to a season-low 22 on Sunday. If the Ravens continue to decrease Boykin's role, it wouldn't come as a shock to see Bryant's presence in the offense increase.