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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
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Mark Andrews Catches Four Passes Against Titans

Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews brought in four of his seven targets for 39 yards during the loss to Tennessee on Saturday. Andrews was in jeopardy of not playing after battling an ankle injury but was still able to get something going despite yielding some receptions and a touchdown to Hayden Hurst, who had four catches for 53 yards to go along with the score. The 24-year-old will cap off the year as one of the most efficient fantasy tight ends and will likely be selected behind Travis Kelce, George Kittle, Zach Ertz, and Austin Hooper in fantasy drafts for the 2020 season.

10 days ago
Marquise Brown Hauls In Seven Catches In Loss On Saturday

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brown came to life during the loss to the Titans on Saturday, finishing with seven catches (11 targets) for 126 yards. Hollywood started off the year hot, catching four passes for 147 yards and two scores in Week 1 against the Dolphins. However, constant flirting with not playing due to injury on a week-to-week basis throughout the season, compiled with some subpar performances, Brown wasn't a consistently reliable fantasy option. Nonetheless, he should remain one of the team's top receiving options and should find himself drafted in virtually all fantasy leagues in 2020.

10 days ago
Mark Ingram Accrues Only 22 Rushing Yards In Loss

Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram ran for 22 yards on just six attempts during the loss to the Titans on Saturday. He also had a catch for nine yards. Ingram came into this one carrying a designation after injuring his calf in Week 16 of the regular season, so his lack of productivity in this one wasn't a huge surprise. Lamar Jackson also virtually monopolized the team's rushing attack, finishing with 143 yards on 20 carries. Nonetheless, the 30-year-old had one of the best seasons of his career and will likely be off the board within the first three rounds in fantasy drafts next season, even with Jackson likely to continue gobbling up yards on the ground in 2020.

10 days ago
Lamar Jackson Accounts For 508 Yards In Divisional Loss

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson finished with 365 yards and a touchdown on 31-for-59 passing during the loss to the Titans on Saturday. He also added 20 carries for 143 yards. Though he was able to account for 508 total yards on the offensive end, he managed to complete just 52.5 percent of his passes in addition to throwing two interceptions and losing a fumble. The 23-year-old had a season to remember and finished as the top fantasy quarterback of 2019. He will likely be the first signal-caller off the board in fantasy drafts next season, potentially even being selected in the first round in many of them.

10 days ago
Justice Hill Hard To Trust Against Tennessee

Baltimore Ravens running back Justice Hill finished the regular season with 58 carries for 225 yards and two touchdowns. Both of Hills touchdowns came during the last two games of the regular season. In Week 17, Hill was awarded 10 carries, a season-high, and was targeted twice in the passing game. The rookie running back will likely resume his role as the third option in Baltimore's backfield unless Mark Ingram sees limited touches. It's best to fade Hill in DFS lineups during this weekend's Divisional Round matchup against the Tennessee Titans.

11 days ago