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Week 4 Outlook
Zay Flowers caught 8-of-10 targets for 48 yards and zero touchdowns in Ravens’ 22-19 loss to the Colts.
Flowers led the team in receptions, yards, and targets in the loss Sunday. The 23-year-old has seen 10 targets in two of his three games in his rookie season. Flowers remains a must start moving forward.
In a thrilling Week 2 showdown, Zay Flowers proved to be a reliable target for the Baltimore Ravens in their 27-24 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.
The 23-year-old wide receiver was targeted five times, hauling in four receptions for a solid 62 yards. While he didn't find the end zone, his consistent production helped keep the chains moving for the Ravens. His most notable play was a 52-yard reception in the third quarter, showcasing his deep-threat potential. Despite a lack of touchdowns so far this season, Flowers has been a steady contributor with 13 receptions for 140 yards on 15 targets. Currently ranked as WR45 for the week and WR28 for the season, Flowers is showing promise as a potential fantasy asset. Looking ahead to Week 3, he'll be facing off against the Indianapolis Colts, where he'll look to continue his upward trajectory.
Ravens WR Zay Flowers caught nine of his 10 targets for 78 yards in a win over Houston Sunday.
Flowers also added nine rushing yards on two attempts in what was a successful NFL debut for the rookie. It was clear that Lamar Jackson and Flowers have already developed chemistry, as no other Ravens’ pass catcher saw more than three targets. Fantasy managers will want to continue to start Flowers with confidence in Week 2 against the Bengals.
Zay Flowers caught both of his targets for 37 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's loss to Washington.
After a very quiet performance in the Ravens' preseason opener, Flowers came out of the gates hot tonight, hauling in both of his targets for 37 total yards and a score. He is a sleeper to target in later rounds of fantasy drafts this year.
Zay Flowers carried the ball one time for one rushing yard while not receiving any targets in the Ravens' 20-19 win over the Eagles.
Flowers has impressed throughout training camp and will likely be saved for the regular season in hopes of providing returning superstar quarterback Lamar Jackson with a bevy of pass-catching options this upcoming season.