Baltimore Ravens
Baltimore Ravens
AFC North | 2-0-0
Rank: 3rd
Avg Yds
Rank: 7th
Avg PYds
Rank: 23rd
Avg RYds
Rank: 2nd
Posted 9/21/2020 6:48 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown caught five of his six targets for 42 yards.
Huddle Up: The Ravens pounded the Texans on the ground and played solid defense, so Brown wasn't needed all that much to stretch the field. If anything, the fact he was able to be this active against a team intent on not getting beat deep gives him a reasonably high fantasy floor. Expect Brown to be much more productive in Week 3 for what figures to be a high-scoring affair at home against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 3.
Posted 9/21/2020 6:43 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews managed only one reception for 29 yards on three targets in Week 2 versus the Houston Texans.
Huddle Up: Jackson only attempted 24 passes and Baltimore ran for 230 yards, so Andrews wasn't needed all that much. It's unlikely fantasy owners will be able to turn this into a buying opportunity for the tight end considering he delivered a two-score performance in Week 1, but it is at least advisable to give it a shot. Andrews should be considered a top-five tight end option in Week 3 when the Ravens host the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night.
Posted 9/21/2020 6:03 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards carried 10 times for a team-high 73 yards in Week 2 versus the Houston Texans.
Huddle Up: Baltimore offensive coordinator Greg Roman promised an unpredictable backfield and so far he has delivered, somehow making it nearly impossible for fantasy owners to start one back in an offense that has rushed for 341 yards through two games. Edwards possesses the lowest upside of the group and should only be rostered in the deepest of leagues. Don't expect him to get much run in Week 3 in Week 3 versus the Kansas City Chiefs.
Posted 9/21/2020 5:52 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram ran for 55 yards and a touchdown on nine carries and caught two of his three targets for 22 yards in Week 2 versus the Houston Texans.
Huddle Up: His fantasy owners will take this performance over last week's effort, which saw him amass only 29 scoreless yards on 10 carries. The primary problem for Ingram as it relates to his fantasy value is that Baltimore is typically making such quick work of its opponents that it doesn't need him to put in a full day of work. Look for that to change in Week 3 when the Ravens host the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night. Fantasy owners should consider him a strong flex or low-end RB2 option in that one.
Posted 9/21/2020 5:50 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson finished 18-of-24 for 204 yards a touchdown in Week 2 versus the Houston Texans. Jackson also ran for 54 yards on 16 carries.
Huddle Up: It wasn't a performance that fantasy owners have gotten accustomed to from Jackson, who was bottled up as a runner and sacked four times. Fortunately for the Ravens, they don't always need the reigning league MVP to be at his best when they have arguably the NFL's deepest backfield and one of its best defenses. Expect Jackson to be on top of his game in Week 3 as the Ravens host the Kansas City Chiefs and what could end up being one of the best games of the year next Monday night.
Posted 9/19/2020 4:06 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews played a career-high 71 percent of the offensive snaps against the Cleveland Browns in Week 1, topping his previous high of 55 percent of the snaps.
Huddle Up: Andrews emerged as an elite fantasy tight end last year despite playing about half the snaps. If his increased usage from Week 1 becomes the norm, he should be a lock for top-five production.
Posted 9/14/2020 1:23 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews registered five catches for 58 yards and two touchdowns with six targets in Week 1 against the Cleveland Browns.
Huddle Up: There was a lot of preseason fantasy hype as far as Andrews is concerned, and he showed why people should pay attention to him. He is a stud, especially in the red zone. Andrews is a must-start TE1 heading into Week 2 against the Houston Texans.
Posted 9/14/2020 1:21 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Devin Duvernay had one catch for 12 yards on his lone target in Week 1 against the Cleveland Browns.
Huddle Up: The rookie out of Texas was the big man on campus in Austin, but now he has Marquise Brown, Miles Boykin and Willie Snead ahead of him for targets in Baltimore, as well as Mark Andrews. Duvernay isn't worth a spot in standard play, but he should be on the radar in long-term formats.
Posted 9/14/2020 1:18 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Willie Snead posted four catches for 64 yards and a touchdown in Week 1 against the Cleveland Browns.
Huddle Up: Snead has the chance to be a decent WR4 or flex fantasy option in leagues of 12 or more teams, as really only Marquise Brown is ahead of him as far as wide receivers. He'll spend the season battling Myles Boykin for targets. The Ravens travel to meet the Houston Texans in Week 2.
Posted 9/14/2020 1:12 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown posted five receptions for 101 yards on six targets in Week 1 against the Cleveland Browns.
Huddle Up: Hollywood led the way, and is the top dog among the pecking order of the Baltimore wide receivers. He is a solid WR3/4 or flex fantasy option heading into Week 2 against the Houston Ravens.
Posted 9/14/2020 1:01 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB J.K. Dobbins rushed seven times for 22 yards and a pair of touchdowns in Week 1 against the Cleveland Browns.
Huddle Up: The rookie made the most of his opportunity, and he likely had more chance to see the pigskin with the game out of hand. Mark Ingram is still the primary ball carrier in Charm City until further notice, but Dobbins showed that he is the future, and he is a tremendous fantasy reserve in standard play and a must-have in long-term keeper formats.
Posted 9/14/2020 12:52 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram rushed 10 times for just 29 yards in Week 1 against the Cleveland Browns and he did not have a reception or target.
Huddle Up: It was a blowout over the hapless Browns, but Ingram's fantasy owners cannot be pleased he averaged less than three yards per carry, he didn't find the end zone and Lamar Jackson outrushed him. Rookie J.K. Dobbins also saw more work because of the lopsided score, running seven times and scoring twice. Ingram will look to get on track in Week 2 in Houston.
Posted 9/14/2020 12:49 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson completed 20-of-25 passes for 275 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions in Week 1 against the Cleveland Browns while rushing seven times for a team-high 45 yards.
Huddle Up: The defending MVP looked like he was in midseason form. The must-start fantasy option will look to keep up the good work in Week 2 on the road against the Houston Texans.
Posted 9/10/2020 4:40 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram is the starter and 'leader' of the team's four-running back corps, offensive coordinator Greg Roman said Thursday, Sept. 10. Roman, though, also added that the other backs will still be involved. 'We'll definitely use three every week, sometimes four,' he said. 'As for the division of labor, or how they're deployed, Roman added 'that'll change on a week-to-week basis.'
Huddle Up: Ingram clearly remains the Ravens' running back you want to own, but he's more of a mid-tier RB2 this season instead of a low-end RB1 with the team drafting J.K. Dobbins.
Posted 9/01/2020 5:06 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB J.K. Dobbins will probably have 'a significant role' in the offense, according to comments made by head coach John Harbaugh on Tuesday, Sept. 1. 'Confidence plus coachability plus talent, that's a pretty good combination and he's got all of that,' Harbaugh said of Dobbins.
Huddle Up: Mark Ingram will remain the starter - likely throughout the entirety of the season - but Dobbins has just been too good in camp for the Ravens to ignore. Fortunately for both players, Baltimore running backs amassed 393 carries last season and have a good shot at matching that number in 2020, so there should be enough work for both players. Ingram projects as a bit of a risky fantasy RB2 with upside while Dobbins figures to start out as a flex option with RB1 upside if Ingram gets hurt at some point.
Posted 8/31/2020 11:46 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram (undisclosed) did not participate in practice Monday, Aug. 31.
Huddle Up: Ingram may have just received a day off, but fantasy players should check on his status in a day or two to make sure. Ingram should be the starting running back for the Ravens but will share playing time with J.K. Dobbins and possibly Gus Edwards. He can be considered a low-end No. 2 or No. 3 running back in fantasy leagues.
Posted 8/24/2020 3:08 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (groin) returned to practice Monday, Aug. 24.
Huddle Up: Jackson remains an elite quarterback in fantasy, but the upside is minimal this year as he'll cost a steep price.
Posted 8/15/2020 6:13 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB J.K. Dobbins said in a recent video media interview that he's planning to push for as much playing time as possible in his rookie season. 'I mean, I don't know how patient I can be,' Dobbins said. 'My thing is, I'm just trying to work hard. I'm going to try to play. I'm going to try to get on the field some way, somehow. My goal ain't to be patient. I was not that taught that in college. You know, don't be patient. Take advantage of your opportunities. I'm not saying that I'm going to start or anything, but I feel like if I just work hard enough and show the coaches that I can play at this level, then I'll be on the field. So my goal is to help the team win the Super Bowl (by) not sitting on the bench.'
Huddle Up: Mark Ingram and QB Lamar Jackson figure to lead the team in rushing attempts once again, but also once again, there should be plenty to go around with the Ravens finishing with 98 more attempts (596) than any other team in 2019. Value Dobbins as a RB3 with upside.
Posted 8/05/2020 4:53 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown said he added 23 pounds this offseason and currently weighs 180 pounds.
Huddle Up: Brown was a big play threat during his rookie season and finished with 584 yards and seven touchdowns. The Ravens do not throw a lot, but Brown will be the main option among the receivers on the roster. He has the chance to be a No. 3 receiver in fantasy leagues.
Posted 7/31/2020 4:42 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB J.K. Dobbins says he is motivated after falling to the second round of the draft. 'I don't need any fuel, but it added fuel,' Dobbins said. 'It was kind of shocking, but I fell to the right team.'
Huddle Up: Dobbins did indeed hit the jackpot in landing with the run-heavy Ravens, but the biggest issue is that veteran RB Mark Ingram and QB Lamar Jackson figure to account for a good chunk of rushing attempts once again. That makes Dobbins a low-end RB3 with upside in standard drafts.
Posted 7/30/2020 3:38 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown is in line for a huge jump in 2020, according to quarterback Lamar Jackson. Brown has bulked up after an injury-riddled rookie season. 'I feel like he's going to have a huge jump, more than people may think,' Jackson said. 'He was hurt last year, people didn't know that, but he went out there and battled his tail off each and every game on a messed up foot. Now his full potential is going to show this year I feel. He's still young, but he's going to show off. My job is to get the ball out quicker, because he's a lot faster with that foot 100 percent.'
Huddle Up: Brown was a hot waiver claim early in the season but tailed off after the injury. He resurfaced in the playoffs with seven grabs for 126 yards against the Tennessee Titans. Look for Brown to be an upside WR3 in fantasy.
Posted 7/22/2020 8:08 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens third-round draft choice WR Devin Duvernay signed a four-year contract with the Ravens Wednesday, July 22. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Huddle Up: Duvernay has a chance to have a role in the passing game if he has a solid training camp. He probably could be avoided in most fantasy drafts but could be a waiver wire option during the season.
Posted 7/18/2020 2:06 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews had 17 receptions on 36 targets for 269 yards on third down in 2019, leading all tight ends in each category.
Huddle Up: Between his 10 touchdowns and his production on third down last season, it is clear that Andrews is Lamar Jackson's go-to target in important spots. As a diabetic in the current environment, he carries some health concerns heading into the 2020 season, but he has top-five upside at a thin position.
Posted 7/16/2020 6:03 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews intends to play in 2020, despite having Type 1 diabetes, as indicated by recent comments he made. 'We've got a big year coming up. I want to be able to do a lot of things, and ... just being able to help this team win is exciting for me,' Andrews said during a Zoom call with the Children with Diabetes Foundation.
Huddle Up: Among the top three players chosen at his position in most fantasy football drafts, Andrews comes with a little extra risk in 2020. Be prepared to back him up with a stronger TE2 than usually selected behind an elite starter.
Posted 6/28/2020 4:10 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown 'had a great offseason physically,' according to offensive coordinator Greg Roman.
Huddle Up: Brown showed flashes of his big-play ability during and inconsistent rookie year, but a foot injury probably didn't help matters. Baltimore's run-heavy approach is a recipe for erratic production, but a healthy Brown is a WR3 with upside.
Posted 6/17/2020 9:40 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards said he believes the team will be able to keep the top four running backs involved in the offense this season.
Huddle Up: The Ravens likely will have Edwards, Mark Ingram, J.K. Dobbins and Justice Hill on their final roster, so they likely will be using a committee at the position. Ingram and Dobbins should receive most of the work in the running game and should be rostered in all leagues. Edwards and Hill could be late-round options in deeper leagues.
Posted 6/17/2020 7:41 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards said he has been working out with RB Justice Hill multiple times a week this offseason. They have been participating in drills during the workouts.
Huddle Up: Edwards and Hill are part of a crowded running back corps, so it is not known how many touches they will receive each game. Edwards probably will see a few carries each game, while Hill should be part of the passing game. They could be a late-round option in some leagues but will not be starting options.
Posted 6/12/2020 6:17 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown has said he plans on making a 'big statement' this season -- his second NFL season -- and that has Ravens head coach John Harbaugh excited. Harbaugh added that Brown is currently working out without restriction this offseason after dealing with a nagging foot injury much of the 2019 season. 'That's going to be really interesting to see, because his talent is at a high level,' Harbaugh said in a recent radio interview. 'His motivation is at a high level. His hands are better, and really kind of a lot better, than we thought. Not that we didn't think he had good hands, but he's got really good hands. So all those things, I can't wait to see when he gets back.'
Huddle Up: Brown finished his rookie campaign with 46 catches for 584 yards and seven TDs, but his only 100-yard receiving game came in Week 1 -- his pro debut -- and the foot issue seemed to be more of an issue than Brown or the Ravens let on. If Lamar Jackson takes more strides as a passer, Brown could challenge or WR2 fantasy status.
Posted 6/08/2020 11:52 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson threw 11 touchdowns on play-action passes in 2019 and did not record any interception on those passes.
Huddle Up: Jackson was one of the top offensive players in the NFL last season and will continue to be a force with is arm and legs. He should be one of the first quarterbacks selected in drafts and will be a weekly starting option in all fantasy leagues.
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