Baltimore Ravens Depth Chart

Baltimore Ravens Depth Chart

AFC North
Stadium
M&T Bank Stadium
Head Coach
John Harbaugh
Offensive Coordinator
Greg Roman
Defensive Coordinator
Don Martindale
Special Teams Coach
Jerry Rosburg
Defensive Scheme
3-4
Team News
Justin Tucker Makes Them Count In Week 1

Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker nailed his only field-goal on Sunday against the Browns, a 41-yard attempt near the end of the first quarter. He also hit all five of his extra-point attempts. With the Ravens' offense continuing to put up points in bunches, the veteran should remain one of the most efficient fantasy kickers in the league. Keep him rolling in Week 2 against the Texans.

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Willie Snead IV Scores A Touchdown In Week 1

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Willie Snead IV pulled in all four of his targets for 64 yards and a touchdown during the Week 1 victory over Cleveland. The Browns undoubtedly had its sights set on containing Lamar Jackson from picking up big gains on the ground, which ultimately opened the door for the Ravens' receiving corps. to make some noise. The 27-year-old likely won't have consistent, quality performances moving ahead, but he can be counted on to have a few effective outings throughout the year, primarily if the matchup is right.

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Mark Andrews Has Big Day Against Browns

Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews hauled in five catches for 58 yards and two touchdowns during the decisive win over the Browns on Sunday. With Cleveland looking to contain Lamar Jackson from making significant gains using his legs, Andrews capitalized to have one of the most productive performances of Week 1. The third-year man out of Oklahoma should remain in the starting lineup in fantasy lineups in Week 2 against the Houston Texans, and for the remainder of the season, as long as he continues to play the way he did against the Browns.

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Marquise Brown Productive In Week 1 Victory

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brown secured five of his six targets for 101 yards during the Week 1 win over the Browns. With Cleveland focusing most of its attention on stopping Lamar Jackson and his ability to find significant gains on the ground, the door was open for Hollywood to make some noise on the fantasy end. Regardless of league size or format, Brown should remain a must-start in Week 2 against the Houston Texans as the 23-year-old could be in line for some productive outings moving ahead.

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Mark Ingram II Doesn't Do Much In Win

Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II finished with 10 carries for 29 yards during the massive win over the Browns on Sunday. As expected, the veteran conceded carries to rookie J.K. Dobbins, who finished with 22 yards off of seven attempts while also finding the end zone twice from inside the red zone. Ingram's stock moving ahead will undoubtedly take a tumble as he may find himself relegated to the benches in many fantasy leagues moving forward, with that potentially beginning come Week 2 against the Houston Texans. For those who find Dobbins floating around the waiver wire, snag him up before it's too late.

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