Snell carried 18 times for 91 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 28-10 win over the Steelers.

Snell averaged a healthy 5.1 yards per carry against a tough Ravens front as he topped 90 rushing yards for the second time this season. He ripped off a long gain of 19 yards and followed that up with a four-yard touchdown plunge in the second quarter. Snell totaled just 15 yards on nine carries in the previous two weeks, so this was a nice way to cap off his rookie season with James Conner (quadriceps) missing another game. Snell finished the season second only to Conner with 426 yards rushing on 108 carries with three touchdowns and the 21-year-old acquitted himself nicely at times throughout the campaign which could result in more playing time in 2020 if the team makes an effort to preserve the oft-injured Conner.

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