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John Brown caught 1-of-3 targets for nine yards in Week 15 against the Bucs.

Brown has taken a major hit since Lamar Jackson took over as the starter. He can continued to be avoided in Week 16.
Dec 16 - 5:02 PM

Willie Snead caught 5-of-6 targets for 58 yards in Baltimore's Week 15 win over the Bucs.

Snead has been the No. 1 target for Lamar Jackson the last couple weeks. He looks to be the most reliable option going forward, but he's not worth using in Baltimore's run-heavy attack. Snead gets a matchup with the Chargers in Week 16.
Dec 16 - 5:00 PM

Michael Crabtree was held without a catch in Week 15 against the Bucs.

Crabtree continues to be limited by Lamar Jackson. He has just one touchdown and hasn't went over 40 yards in any of Jackson's starts. Crabtree should continued to be faded in Week 16.
Dec 16 - 4:56 PM

Kenneth Dixon rushed 11 times for 48 yards in Week 15 against the Bucs.

Dixon had No. 2 duties to himself with Ty Montgomery a healthy scratch. He was effective as a change-up to Gus Edwards, but it's going to be hard for Dixon to have a consistent role with Lamar Jackson and Edwards ahead of him. Dixon won't be a realistic fantasy option in Week 16.
Dec 16 - 4:41 PM

Gus Edwards rushed 19 times for 104 yards and a touchdown in Baltimore's Week 15 win over the Bucs.

The Bucs didn't have an answer for Edwards and Baltimore's run game. Edwards had just 23 yards at halftime before exploding on a few chunk plays set up by Lamar Jackson RPOs. Edwards helped keep Tampa off the field with consistant yardage and scored a red-zone touchdown that ended up being the difference in the game. The Ravens have been one of the most run-heavy teams in the league since turning over to Jackson. Edwards will remain an RB2 play against the Chargers in Week 16.
Dec 16 - 4:36 PM

Lamar Jackson completed 14-of-23 passes for 131 yards and a touchdown in Week 15 against the Bucs.

Jackson did all of his damage on the ground, rushing for 95 yards on 18 carries. His touchdown was a jet sweep from five yards out. Jackson had multiple throws that should have been intercepted and was lucky to come away with just a botched-snap fumble. We have doubts on Jackson as a passer but his matchups and rushing ability have given him a safe weekly floor. Jackson will get his first real test against the Chargers in Week 16.
Dec 16 - 4:25 PM

Ty Montgomery is inactive for Week 15 against the Bucs.

He's a healthy scratch after getting just three touches last week. This is a boost for Kenneth Dixon's snaps behind Gus Edwards. The rest of Baltimore's inactives are QB Robert Griffin III, OG Alex Lewis, LB Tim Williams, FB Patrick Ricard, WR Jordan Lasley, and DE Zach Sieler.
Dec 16 - 11:45 AM

Joe Flacco (hip) is active for Week 15 against the Bucs.

This was expected after Flacco practiced fully this week. Flacco won't start, but his presence shortens Lamar Jackson's leash. The Ravens haven't ruled out giving Flacco some snaps under center against the Bucs.
Dec 16 - 11:36 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Ravens are expected to move on from Joe Flacco this offseason.

The Ravens have found their quarterback of the future in Lamar Jackson, who will finish out the year as Baltimore's starter. Per ESPN's Jamison Hensley, the Ravens are expected to shop Flacco this offseason. Due an $18.5 base salary in 2019, Flacco's release would cost the Ravens $16 million in dead money. Regardless, the Joe Flacco Era in Baltimore appears to be over. Perhaps the Redskins would consider a run at Flacco, particularly with Alex Smith's career in doubt.
Dec 16 - 11:30 AM

Joe Flacco (hip) is questionable for Week 15 against the Buccaneers.

Flacco was a full participant at all three practices this week and should be active as Lamar Jackson's backup Sunday against Tampa. If for some reason Flacco can't go, Robert Griffin III would handle clipboard duties behind Jackson.
Dec 14 - 3:26 PM

Lamar Jackson (ankle) wasn't listed on the Ravens' final injury report for Week 15 against the Buccaneers.

Jackson hurt his ankle late Sunday's loss to Kansas City, but it didn't limit his participation at practice this week. Now entrenched as the Ravens' starter, L-Jax will have a chance to shred a hapless Bucs defense in Week 15. We're not sold on Jackson as a passer yet, but his rushing ability keeps him in play as a weekly QB1 in all formats.
Dec 14 - 3:21 PM

Joe Flacco has been cleared from his hip injury and will be the backup to Lamar Jackson this week against the Bucs.

Flacco will supplant Robert Griffin III as the No. 2 for the first time since getting hurt in Week 10 and will be active on Sunday. Jackson is getting another nod after guiding the Ravens to a 3-1 record the last four weeks. Flacco being active may make Jackson's leash shorter, but he's still a fine QB1.
Dec 12 - 11:46 AM

Coach John Harbaugh announced Lamar Jackson will start Week 15 against the Bucs.

Joe Flacco (hip) is healthy but will be the backup, sending Robert Griffin III to the inactive list. The Ravens are 3-1 with Jackson at quarterback, but have also enjoyed a cupcake schedule. Jackson has not looked good at all as a passer, missing easy throws and making easy ones look difficult. However, the Ravens are running all over teams, the way Harbaugh likes to play. Jackson gets another tasty date with the Bucs this week, but his leash could be short.
Dec 12 - 11:29 AM

Speaking Monday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh did not commit to Joe Flacco (hip) as his Week 15 starter if healthy, only saying he would be a part of the game plan.

Harbaugh made it sound as if Flacco will finally be ready to return against the Bucs but said his role "could entail anything right now." "We have a plan," Harbaugh continued. "We have to talk to the guys about it. Whether we share that publicly, we'll have to decide as the week goes on." It certainly sounds like Harbaugh is leaning toward Lamar Jackson as his starter, but we would not etch that in stone after Jackson had another mixed day against the Chiefs. It's quite possible we head into Sunday not knowing the Ravens' plan at quarterback.
Dec 10 - 2:44 PM

Speaking Monday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he expected Kenneth Dixon's role to grow going forward.

Gus Edwards out-touched Dixon 16-9 against the Chiefs, but Dixon was the more effective player. Edwards had a modest snap advantage (31-23). It looks like we are headed for a muddled Dixon, Edwards and Ty Montgomery committee for the final three games of the season. The fact that Dixon actually catches passes probably gives him a slight Week 15 fantasy advantage on Edwards against the Bucs.
Dec 10 - 2:43 PM


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