CB - BAL
Marcus Peters logged six solo tackles, two assisted tackles, one pass defended, and one INT, as the Ravens crushed the Rams on MNF, 45-6.
With his fifth interception on the year, Peters entered a three-way tie for first in that category with Minkah Fitzpatrick and Devin McCourty. Peters may be in for another good week, as Jimmy Garappolo is tied for fifth with 10 interceptions thrown this year. The Ravens play the 49ers in what should be a great game next Sunday.
Marcus Peters totaled five solo tackles, one assisted tackle, one pass defended, and an interception returned 89 yards for a touchdown in a blowout 49-13 win over the winless Bengals.
The trade for Peters has been a success for Baltimore, who now has two INTs taken to the house for the team (he had one with the Rams). Unsurprisingly, his best fantasy outputs have come in those three games with the takeaway. He'll need to be disciplined in his approach next week when the Ravens take on Deshaun Watson and the Texans.
The Rams traded Marcus Peters to the Ravens in exchange for linebacker Kenny Young and a 2020 fifth round pick on Tuesday.
Peters should start opposite cornerback Marlon Humphrey with Jimmy Smith dealing with an MCL injury. The move gives the Ravens much needed depth in the secondary. With Peters dealt and Aqib Talib (ribs) on the IR, The Rams will be without their CB duo that started 18 games for them last season.
Marcus Peters ended Sunday’s 55-40 loss to Tampa Bay with only one tackle but salvaged it with a pick-six late in the game.
Peters can be left on waivers in most IDP leagues. Checking the Rams schedule his next best chance for an interception might not be until November when the Rams take on the Steelers.
CB Marcus Peters collected one solo tackle, four assisted tackles, and one pass defensed in the Los Angeles Rams' Week 5 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks.
Peters didn't miss any games after sustaining injury in Week 3 against the Los Angeles Chargers, but he hasn't looked great since. He's PFF's 106th out of 111th ranked CB on the year, and his poor coverage is manifesting itself in increased tackle totals. Don't bank on that continuing, as Peters eventually heals up and likely rounds back into All-Pro form.