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Baltimore Ravens

AFC North


Ty'son Williams is correctly valued at his ADP of 206 as the consensus #261 overall player. Projected to touch the ball 6.9 times per game (6.0 rushes and 0.9 receptions), Williams has limited potential. He's second on Baltimore's depth chart, behind Gus Edwards. Baltimore has the 15th-best running back schedule.

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At a projected workload of 5.9 touches per game (4.6 carries and 1.4 receptions), Le'Veon Bell won't be a reliable source of fantasy points. He trails both Gus Edwards and Ty'Son Williams on the Ravens' depth chart.

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Gus Edwards is a good value at his ADP of 65, compared to an ECR of 45. At a projected workload of 15.2 touches per game (14.2 carries and 1.0 receptions), Edwards is an every-week fantasy starter. He leads Ty'Son Williams and Le'Veon Bell on Baltimore's depth chart. The Ravens have the 15th-best schedule for RBs.

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Marquise Brown is the #1 receiver on the Ravens, with Rashod Bateman and Sammy Watkins behind him. At #50 in our WR rankings, he will ride the fantasy bench most weeks. He's projected for 866 yards and 7.3 TDs on 64.2 receptions, for 36.0% of the workload for Ravens WRs. Baltimore has the 7th-worst wide receiver schedule. Brown is correctly valued at his ADP of 124 as the consensus #116 overall player.

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Justice Hill is a fair value at his ADP of 268 as the consensus #284 overall player. At a projected workload of 2.7 carries and 0.8 receptions per game, Hill isn't someone you can really use in fantasy. He's trailing Gus Edwards on the running back chart for Baltimore. Baltimore has the 15th-best running back schedule.

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Rashod Bateman is a fair value at his ADP of 210 as the consensus #179 overall player. Bateman is the WR2 for the Ravens, behind Marquise Brown. Ranked #69 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he will ride the fantasy bench most weeks. He's projected for 499 yards and 3.9 TDs on 37.9 receptions, for 21.2% of the workload for Ravens WRs. The Ravens have the 7th-worst schedule for wide receivers.

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Tyler Huntley is behind Lamar Jackson on the QB chart in Baltimore. Without a starting job, he's not really worth drafting.Huntley is expected to earn 33% of his projected 15 fantasy points by rushing. That's a substantial portion of his fantasy value, and could give him a more stable floor than similarly-ranked QBs. With a projection of 1.0 interceptions compared to 0.8 passing touchdowns, Huntley carries more interception risk than is entirely comforatable.

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Proche is not a focus of the the Ravens' offense as their WR7. As the consensus #197 WR, he won't be worth owning in most fantasy leagues. He's projected to catch 3.1 receptions for 46 yards and 0.3 TDs, which is 1.8% of the workload for Ravens WRs. The Ravens have the 7th-worst schedule for wide receivers.

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With an ECR of just 76, J.K. Dobbins is a not a good value at his ADP of 24. Consider drafting Chris Carson (ADP 32, ECR 31) or David Montgomery (ADP 30, ECR 33) instead. With 15.2 projected touches per game (13.2 rushes and 2.0 catches), Dobbins has a strong workload that's hard for running backs to come by. He's second among Ravens running backs, behind Gus Edwards. The Ravens have the 15th-best running back schedule.

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Nick Boyle is projected for only 215 yards and 2.1 TDs on 23.2 receptions. As the consensus #58, you can do better than drafting Boyle. Boyle will be playing second fiddle to Mark Andrews in Baltimore.

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As the consensus TE78, Josh Oliver is best left on the waiver wire. Oliver is projected to catch only 10.1 receptions for 104 yards and 1.0 touchdowns. Oliver is not Lamar Jackson's first or even second choice at tight end, with Mark Andrews and Nick Boyle on the roster.

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Sammy Watkins is worth drafting at his ADP of 271 as the consensus #227 overall player. Watkins is the WR3 for the Ravens, behind Marquise Brown and Rashod Bateman. As the consensus #81 WR, he's not worth a draft pick in most leagues. He's projected for 488 yards and 3.6 TDs on 38.8 receptions, for 21.7% of the workload for Ravens WRs. The Ravens have the 7th-worst wide receiver schedule.

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Projected to touch the ball 0.9 times per game (0.1 rushes and 0.8 receptions), Patrick Ricard isn't someone you need to draft. He's behind both Gus Edwards and Ty'Son Williams on the running back chart for the Ravens.

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At QB4, Lamar Jackson is a strong starger, but you might have to draft him uncomfortably high for a QB if you want him on your team. Jackson is expected to earn 38% of his projected 369 fantasy points by rushing. That represents a significant rushing floor that makes it a little easier to feel confident starting him week-over-week. With a projection of 11.3 interceptions compared to 27.9 passing touchdowns, he isn't not likely to melt down often.

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At a projected workload of 0.1 carries and 0.1 receptions per game, Trenton Cannon is not fantasy-relevant. He trails both Gus Edwards and Ty'Son Williams on the depth chart in Baltimore.

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Miles Boykin is the WR4 on the Ravens. At #117 in our WR rankings, he's only relevant in deep leagues. He's projected to catch 9.7 receptions for 124 yards and 0.9 TDs, which is 5.4% of the total for WRs on the Ravens. Baltimore has the 7th-worst wide receiver schedule.

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Tylan Wallace might see limited usage as the 5th-ranked WR on the Ravens. Ranked #124 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he's not really fantasy-relevant. He is projected to catch 10.2 receptions for 127 yards and 0.8 TDs, which is 5.7% of the workload for WRs on the Ravens. The Ravens have the 7th-worst wide receiver schedule.

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Devin Duvernay is the WR6 on the Ravens. Ranked #128 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he's only relevant in deep leagues. He's projected to catch 14.7 receptions for 172 yards and 1.0 TDs, which is 8.2% of the total for WRs on the Ravens. Baltimore has the 7th-worst schedule for WRs.

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Ranking in the top 5, Mark Andrews is one of the few tight ends you can really feel good about drafting. With a projection of 73.0 receptions for 879 yards and 7.9 touchdowns, Andrews is one of only 5 TEs expected to record 800 yards. Mark Andrews is correctly valued at his ADP of 54 as the consensus #49 overall player. The Ravens have the 12th-best schedule for tight ends.

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Moore is the WR5 on the Ravens. As the consensus #174 WR, he's not worth a draft pick in most leagues. He's projected to catch 4.0 receptions for 45 yards and 0.3 TDs, which is 2.4% of the workload for WRs on the Ravens. The Ravens have the 5th-worst schedule for WRs.

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