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  • Isaiah Likely Questionable To Face The Jaguars

    Baltimore Ravens rookie tight end Isaiah Likely (ankle) is listed as questionable to face the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 12 on Sunday. Likely popped up on Friday's injury report while putting in a limited practice. The 22-year-old apparently was injured in practice on Friday, putting his availability in question this weekend. He was an attractive streaming option for fantasy managers at the thin tight end position when Mark Andrews was dealing with several injuries, but now that Andrews is back and healthy, Likely has very limited fantasy appeal. If the rookie isn't cleared to play against Jacksonville, Josh Oliver and Nick Boyle could see added opportunities as Andrews' backup.

    Nov 25 · Source via Ravens Isaiah Likely
  • Devin Duvernay, Demarcus Robinson Questionable

    Baltimore Ravens wide receivers Devin Duvernay (hamstring) and Demarcus Robinson (hip) are both listed as questionable for Week 12 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Duvernay popped up on Friday's injury report after putting in a limited practice. Robinson was a DNP on Thursday but practiced in full Friday. Duvernay has seen just two targets since taking over as Baltimore's No. 1 wideout when Rashod Bateman (foot) was lost for the year, so it's an understatement to say he can't be trusted in starting fantasy lineups, especially with his injury to consider. Robinson should be able to play, but he'll be a boom/bust WR4/flex if he's active. The 28-year-old had nine catches for 128 yards last week, so if Duvernay is inactive, Robinson will become more attractive as a deep-league flex play.

    Nov 25 · Source via Ravens Demarcus Robinson Devin Duvernay
  • Lamar Jackson Not On The Final Injury Report

    Updating a previous report, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (hip) is off the final injury report for Week 12 and will play on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. There was a bit of concern earlier this week about Jackson's status when he missed practice, but he has since returned to the field and is feeling much better. He will start under center and should be locked into all starting fantasy lineups as a high-end, dual-threat QB for fantasy managers. The 25-year-old has left a lot to be desired throughout the year in fantasy without many reliable options in the passing attack, but he usually makes up for it on the ground. The Jaguars defense has also allowed the 10th-most fantasy points per game to QBs in 2022.

    Nov 25 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Should Play In Week 12

    There was a little bit of a cause for concern early in the week for Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (hip) when he missed practice, but Jackson has practiced the last two days and head coach John Harbaugh has made it clear that Jackson should play in Week 12 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. There's a chance Jackson is listed as questionable on Friday's final injury report, but fantasy managers shouldn't be too concerned if he is. The 25-year-old has been feeling better and shouldn't have any restrictions in a nice matchup against the Jags this weekend. Jackson left a lot to be desired in last week's win over the Carolina Panthers, but he should remain locked into starting fantasy lineups as a high-end QB1 this Sunday.

    Nov 25 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Gus Edwards Trending Toward Playing Sunday

    Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards (hamstring/knee) seems to be trending in the right direction for the team's Week 12 matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Head coach John Harbaugh said he "hopes" Edwards will play but expects left tackle, Ronnie Stanley (ankle), to be ruled out. If Edwards plays, he'll be an intriguing flex option in a top-12 matchup for running backs, but he has a low floor with no pass-catching upside and plenty of competition for touches with Kenyan Drake and Justice Hill. Ultimately, he's a touchdown-or-bust option in the context of the Ravens' offense.

    Nov 25 · Source via Ravens Gus Edwards
  • Demarcus Robinson Added To Week 12 Injury Report

    Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Demarcus Robinson (hip) was added to the Week 12 injury report after he missed practice on Thursday. This is something to watch after Robinson practiced in full on Wednesday. The 28-year-old surprisingly led the Ravens in receiving in last week's win over the Carolina Panthers, going for nine catches and 128 yards. We'll have a better idea of Robinson's status for Sunday's game on Friday. If Robinson is out or limited in Week 12, James Proche and Tylan Wallace would see added playing time alongside Devin Duvernay. Before Robinson's blowup game in Week 11, he had only 16 catches on 29 targets for 152 yards and one touchdown in nine games, so fantasy managers would be rolling the dice if they use him as a WR4/flex coming off his big game.

    Nov 24 · Source via Ravens Demarcus Robinson
  • Lamar Jackson, Gus Edwards Practice In Full

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (hip) and running back Gus Edwards (hamstring) were both upgraded to full practices on Thursday. Jackson missed Wednesday's practice, while Edwards was limited. The 25-year-old signal-caller's injury has been downplayed, and he will suit up in Week 12 against the Jacksonville Jaguars, where he'll be a must-start, high-end QB1 for fantasy managers. Edwards missed his second straight game last week but is trending in the right direction to play this Sunday. Even if Edwards is able to return in Week 12, Kenyan Drake figures to lead Baltimore's backfield, which will make Edwards a tough sell as anything more than a touchdown-dependent RB3/flex.

    Nov 24 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson Gus Edwards
  • Marcus Williams Designated To Return From IR

    The Baltimore Ravens designated safety Marcus Williams (wrist) to return from Injured Reserve on Wednesday, and he returned to practice. The Ravens opened their 21-day window to officially activate Williams from Injured Reserve, and that could come in time for him to play in Week 12 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The 26-year-old has been on the shelf since he dislocated his wrist in Week 5, so whenever Williams does return to game action, he could have his playing time limited due to the long layoff. Before the injury, Williams had 33 tackles (26 solo), three interceptions, five passes defensed and a fumble recovery in five games. Once he's back up to speed, he should have a prominent role in Baltimore's secondary.

    Nov 23 · Source via Ravens Marcus Williams
  • DeSean Jackson Back On The Field Wednesday

    Baltimore Ravens wide receiver DeSean Jackson (hamstring) was back at practice on Wednesday, but he wasn't listed on the official injury report because he remains on the practice squad. However, he could be promoted to the active roster and play in Week 12 against the Jacksonville Jaguars if he's healthy enough. D-Jax made his debut with Baltimore in Week 9 by catching one of his two targets for 16 yards on just 16 percent of the offensive snaps against the New Orleans Saints, but he didn't play in last week's win over the Carolina Panthers. The 35-year-old still has some speed, but he's unlikely to see many targets as a deep threat in the Ravens' run-first offense if he plays this Sunday against the Jaguars.

    Nov 23 · Source via Ravens DeSean Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Will Play In Week 12

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (hip) was listed with a hip injury and missed practice on Wednesday. Head coach John Harbaugh stated that the former MVP is dealing with an "issue" he sustained in Week 11, but expressed no concerns regarding his availability for Sunday and assured reporters that Jackson will indeed play against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Jackson has been a bit underwhelming as of late after a hot start to the season, but will have a great chance to bounce back to elite form in Week 12 and should be started with confidence in fantasy lineups.

    Nov 23 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Gus Edwards Back At Practice

    Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards (hamstring) was back at practice on Wednesday after missing the past two games. The veteran running back has only played in two games this season because of various injuries. However, he has averaged 5.2 yards per rushing attempt and 12.6 half-point PPR fantasy points per game this season. Assuming he is healthy enough to play this week, Edwards should resume his role as the lead back. However, Kenyan Drake and Justice Hill will maintain their roles behind the starter. Meanwhile, Drake and Hill would see an increase in work if Edwards is forced to miss his third straight game Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

    Nov 23 · Source via Ravens Gus Edwards
  • Devin Duvernay Not In The Mix For Week 12

    Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Devin Duvernay had one reception for three yards and one rush for four yards during the Week 11 win over the Panthers. It was the second consecutive week the 25-year-old had only one target and one reception. Duvernay seems to have relinquished WR1 duties to Demarcus Robinson, who led the team in targets on Sunday with nine. With star tight end Mark Andrews back in the fold, Duvernay should only be a desperation option in deeper leagues for Week 12 against Jacksonville. Otherwise, the Ravens receiver should be riding fantasy benches.

    Nov 22 · Source via Ravens Devin Duvernay
  • Lamar Jackson A Must Start QB1 In Week 12

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was putting up huge fantasy numbers early in the season. He accounted for 12 total touchdowns in the first three games. Since then, his production has trended downward. That said, Jackson is still an elite fantasy quarterback because of his ability to put up points on the ground and in the air. In Week 12, Jackson faces a below-average Jacksonville Jaguars defense that is giving up the 9th most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks. Jackson is a must-start QB1 weekly, and Week 12 versus the Jaguars is no exception.

    Nov 22 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Gus Edwards, DeSean Jackson Hopeful To Play In Week 12

    Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards (knee/hamstring) and wide receiver DeSean Jackson (hamstring) could play in Week 12, as head coach John Harbaugh said the team is hopeful to get them back against the Jaguars. Edwards will immediately enter the fantasy start 'em, sit 'em bubble as a primary ball carrier in a top rushing attack, while Jackson figures to be a desperation deep league flex play. Demarcus Robinson, Devin Duvernay, and Mark Andrews should be ahead of him in the target pecking order, so the upside is limited in a low-volume passing offense.

    Nov 21 · Source via Ravens DeSean Jackson Gus Edwards
  • Justin Tucker Perfect Once Again In Week 11

    Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker was perfect against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, converting both of his field goals, as well as his lone extra point. The 33-year-old has now made 96.3 percent of his extra points and 90.1 percent of his field goals in 2022. He remains a must-start in Week 12 against the Jaguars.

    Nov 20 · Source via Ravens Justin Tucker
  • Ravens Defense Plays Loud, Defeats Panthers

    The Baltimore Ravens' defense put on a show against the Carolina Panthers in Week 11, racking up four sacks, two interceptions, and one fumble recovery. Key players included Patrick Queen (12 tackles, 0.5 sacks), Marlon Humphrey (one interception, one fumble recovery), and Jason Pierre-Paul (one interception, one sack). This Baltimore unit remains a must-start against the Jaguars in Week 12.

    Nov 20 · Source via Ravens Baltimore Ravens
  • Justice Hill Totals 38 Yards In Expanded Role

    Baltimore Ravens running back Justice Hill was relatively efficient on the ground in Week 11, rushing seven times for 38 yards. He also hauled in all three of his targets for an additional eight yards through the air. Hill saw increased volume this week with Gus Edwards (hamstring, knee) sidelined, but he still lacks fantasy appeal going forward.

    Nov 20 · Source via Ravens Justice Hill
  • Kenyan Drake Not Prioritized In Week 11 Win

    Baltimore Ravens running back Kenyan Drake rushed 10 times for 46 yards during Sunday's win over the Carolina Panthers. He also turned four targets into two catches for an additional seven yards through the air. While Drake played fine, he failed to meet the level of production that was expected with Gus Edwards (hamstring, knee) sidelined. Drake isn't worth starting against the Jaguars in Week 12, especially if Edwards returns to the mix.

    Nov 20 · Source via Ravens Kenyan Drake
  • Isaiah Likely Held In Check By Carolina

    Baltimore Ravens tight end Isaiah Likely turned three targets into just one catch for one yard during Sunday's win over the Carolina Panthers. Likely had benefitted from Mark Andrews' recent absence, catching seven passes for 101 yards and two touchdowns over his last two games. However, with Andrews back in the lineup, Likely reverted to the No. 2 role. The rookie should be rostered in all dynasty leagues but won't be worth starting against the Jaguars in Week 12.

    Nov 20 · Source via Ravens Isaiah Likely
  • Mark Andrews Registers 63 Yards In Return

    Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews returned from injury in Week 11, catching six passes for 63 yards against the Carolina Panthers. Andrews has been the second-best tight end in fantasy football this season (behind only Travis Kelce), but he failed to reach his projections this Sunday. On a positive note, he has a great opportunity to bounce back in a favorable matchup against the Jaguars next week.

    Nov 20 · Source via Ravens Mark Andrews
  • Devin Duvernay Remains Unimpressive In Week 11

    Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Devin Duvernay turned his lone target into a three-yard reception during Sunday's win over the Carolina Panthers. He also rushed for four yards. Despite expectations that Duvernay could thrive with Rashod Bateman on IR, the 25-year-old has massively underwhelmed, registering just 12 scrimmage yards over his last two games. It's too early to drop him in redraft formats, but you certainly shouldn't start him in Week 12 no matter how enticing his matchup against the Jaguars might be.

    Nov 20 · Source via Ravens Devin Duvernay
  • DeMarcus Robinson Comes Up Big Sunday

    Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Demarcus Robinson hauled in all nine of his targets for 128 yards against the Carolina Panthers in Week 11. Robinson has blossomed into the Ravens' best receiver after Rashod Bateman was placed on injured reserve. He will be a solid FLEX option in most leagues when the Ravens take on the Jaguars next week.

    Nov 20 · Source via Ravens Demarcus Robinson
  • Lamar Jackson Rushes For Touchdown In Week 11 Win

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson completed 24 of 33 passes for 209 yards, zero touchdowns, and one interception against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday afternoon. He also rushed 11 times for 31 yards and a touchdown on the ground. The 25-year-old turned in his lowest rushing production since Week 1, and he also finished with zero passing touchdowns for just the second time this season. Fortunately, he has every opportunity to bounce back in next week's juicy matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

    Nov 20 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Gus Edwards Inactive For Week 11

    Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards (hamstring, knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers. Evidently, the Ravens are exercising a measure of caution with Edwards, who was listed as questionable but has not played since Week 8. Kenyan Drake should handle lead-back duties against Carolina, but Justice Hill also figures to get involved.

    Nov 20 · Source via Ravens Gus Edwards
  • Lamar Jackson, Mark Andrews Officially Active Sunday

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (illness) and tight end Mark Andrews (knee, shoulder) are active for Week 11 against the Carolina Panthers. Both stars had been listed as questionable. Jackson has completed 62.3 percent of passes for 1,768 yards, 16 touchdowns, and six interceptions. He has also continued to have a major impact on the ground, rushing for 635 yards and an additional two scores. He should be viewed as a mid-range QB1 this week. Meanwhile, Andrews has been elite when active, catching 42 passes for 488 yards and five touchdowns. Despite missing a game in Week 9 and being on bye in Week 10, Andrews is still the overall TE2 in fantasy football behind only Travis Kelce. He should be started in all leagues this week.

    Nov 20 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson Mark Andrews
  • Gus Edwards Not Expected To Play Sunday

    Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards (hamstring, knee) is trending towards being inactive in Week 11 against the Carolina Panthers, according to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport. An official decision won't be made until after his pregame workout, but as of now, it looks like it will be Kenyan Drake and Justice Hill leading the rushing attack for Baltimore.

    Nov 20 · Source via Ravens Gus Edwards
  • Mark Andrews Expected To Play Against Carolina

    Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (knee, shoulder) is likely to play versus Carolina, according to ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter. Andrews didn't suit up for the Week 9 meeting with the Saints and didn't play well in the previous two games leading up to that one. However, as expected, the 27-year-old remains a top fantasy option at the position, so managers need to get him back into the lineup against a Panthers defense that's struggled defending opposing tight ends.

    Nov 20 · Source via Ravens Mark Andrews
  • Mark Andrews To Be Game Time Decision

    Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (shoulder/knee) will be a game-time decision for the team's Week 11 matchup with the Carolina Panthers. Despite being banged up this year, Andrews is still the TE2 in total fantasy points, so there's no tough decision to make if he's active. Carolina is statically solid against tight ends, but Andrews is a must-start stud, and he should slot back in as the clear No. 1 option with Rashod Bateman (foot) lost for the reason. If he's out, consider Isiah Likely a mid-tier TE1 play for Week 11.

    Nov 18 · Source via Ravens Mark Andrews
  • Mark Andrews Limited Again Thursday

    Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (knee, shoulder) was limited in practice for the second straight day on Thursday. Andrews is feeling good and appears to be on the right side of questionable ahead of a Week 11 matchup against the Carolina Panthers. The 27-year-old missed the Week 8 contest but had last week's bye to heal up, so he should be good to play this weekend unless he suffers a setback in Friday's practice. As long as Andrews is active on Sunday, he'll be a must-start, high-end TE1 for fantasy managers. Despite missing Week 8, he sits as the TE2 in half-point PPR scoring this year with 42 catches on 64 targets for 488 yards and five touchdowns. Rookie Isaiah Likely, who has scored two touchdowns in the last two games with Andrews banged up, won't have standalone value if Andrews is back this weekend.

    Nov 17 · Source via Ravens Mark Andrews
  • Gus Edwards Practicing Again Thursday

    Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards (hamstring) took part in his second straight practice this week on Thursday. Edwards was limited in his return on Wednesday, so he'll likely be listed as limited again on Thursday. The 27-year-old had last week's bye to rest up after he was held out in Week 9. In his absence in Week 8, Kenyan Drake was the leader of the backfield and scored two touchdowns. Edwards is trending towards a return this weekend against the Carolina Panthers, but he's only played in two games in 2022 and has 27 carries for 131 yards and two touchdowns. A return from Edwards in Week 11 would make both he and Drake low-ceiling RB3/flex options in Baltimore's run-heavy attack.

    Nov 17 · Source via Ravens Gus Edwards
  • Mark Andrews Limited In Wednesday's Practice

    Correcting a previous report, Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (knee, shoulder) was limited in Wednesday's practice after not being seen at the portion of practice open to the media. It was his first practice since injuring his shoulder on Oct. 27. The Ravens have been optimistic that Andrews will return to action this weekend against the Carolina Panthers after having not played since Week 8. Rookie Isaiah Likely has benefitted from more playing time and his first two career touchdowns with Andrews injury, but he'll go back to being a rarely used backup if Andrews returns in Week 11, as expected. Despite missing some time with his injuries, Andrews is still the TE2 in half-point PPR scoring in 2022 with 42 receptions for 488 yards and five touchdowns on 64 targets. He'll be a must-start if he's active on Sunday.

    Nov 16 · Source via Ravens Mark Andrews
  • Gus Edwards Returns To Practice

    Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards (hamstring) returned to practice on Wednesday. The veteran running back missed the Week 9 win over the New Orleans Saints after suffering the hamstring injury in Week 8. Edwards missed the first six games this season recovering from a torn ACL he suffered in the preseason a year ago. However, the veteran had at least 65 rushing yards in both contests this year before suffering the hamstring injury. With J.K. Dobbins out at least one more week (knee), Edwards will share the backfield with Kenyan Drake in the Week 11 matchup against the Carolina Panthers.

    Nov 16 · Source via Ravens Gus Edwards
  • Mark Andrews Not Practicing On Wednesday

    Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (shoulder) did not practice on Wednesday. The veteran tight end suffered the shoulder injury early in the Week 8 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Despite the hope that he would play the following week, Andrews missed the Week 9 win over the New Orleans Saints. With the Ravens having their bye in Week 10, fantasy players were hoping to see the star tight end back on the field this week. However, Andrews missing practice on Wednesday isn't a good sign. Hopefully, he can practice later this week and play on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. If Andrews can't play, Isaiah Likely will get the start for the Ravens.

    Nov 16 · Source via Ravens Mark Andrews
  • Mark Andrews Has "Good Chance" To Play In Week 11

    Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that tight end Mark Andrews (knee, shoulder) has a "really good chance" of playing in Week 11 against the Carolina Panthers. Andrews was held out of the Week 9 game but had a bye last week to heal up, and it looks like he'll have a good shot at returning this Sunday to face Carolina. We'll keep a close eye on the 27-year-old's practice status throughout the week. If he's unable to go, rookie Isaiah Likely will once again have TE1 upside as the team's top pass-catching tight end. Likely has seven catches on 12 targets for 101 yards and two touchdowns in the last two games with Andrews injured. If Andrews is active, he's a must-start, high-end TE1.

    Nov 14 · Source via Ravens Mark Andrews
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