Baltimore Ravens

DEF, Baltimore Ravens

2022 Fantasy Rankings

DEF # 15 (Tier 1)

Position Rankings

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2 2021 season, PPR scoring

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Ravens Defense Is The Best Starting Option In Week 13

    The Baltimore Ravens defense/special teams have been one of the best units in fantasy football in 2022. They have been the model of consistency through the first 11 games and are showing no signs of slowing down. Having compiled 35 sacks, 11 interceptions and nine fumble recoveries, they are already ahead of their totals from the entire 2021 season in each category. In Week 13, they have a dream matchup against a poor Broncos offense that is averaging 14.3 points per game, the worst in the NFL. Fantasy managers should start the Ravens defense with extreme confidence this week across all fantasy formats.

    Nov 28 · Source via Ravens Baltimore Ravens
  • 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
  • Ravens Defense Faces A Struggling Offense In Week 8

    The Ravens' defense will enter Week 8 with a favorable matchup against Tom Brady and the Buccaneers. Brady has struggled this season, throwing one touchdown or less in all but one game while sitting on a career-worst 53.2 QBR. Tampa may be without some key pieces of the offense on Thursday, with Mike Evans (ankle) and Julio Jones (knee) listed as limited participants in Tuesday's practice. There's also a good chance Cameron Brate (neck) won't be available. Baltimore's D has been a top-10 fantasy option all season, so most managers know what the group can do. However, the unit's ceiling is higher than usual, considering Brady's lackluster play and potential absences.

    Oct 25 · Source via Ravens Baltimore Ravens
  • Ravens Defense Records Five Sacks In Week 7

    The Ravens defense surrendered 20 points to the Browns in Week 7. Yet, the unit was still good enough to get the birds back into the win column after coming off a loss to the New York Giants. While Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt both accounted for a touchdown, Baltimore's defense got to Jacoby Brissett five times, resulting in a total loss of 35 yards. The Ravens will have a quick turnaround before meeting Tom Brady and the Bucs on Thursday night. However, considering how poor Tampa's offense looked versus the Panthers, fantasy managers should keep the Baltimore's D starting.

    Oct 23 · Source via Ravens Baltimore Ravens
  • Ravens Defense Remains A Must-Start Versus Browns

    The Ravens will enter Week 7 coming off a loss to the New York Giants. The defense struggled in that one, allowing quarterback Daniel Jones to throw two touchdowns and complete 68% of his attempts while also surrendering 83 rushing yards and another touchdown to running back Saquon Barkley. Still, Baltimore's D remains a borderline top-10 fantasy unit, especially with the third-most interceptions (eight) on the season. The squad is also capable of getting to the quarterback. That said, unless the struggles remain consistent, fantasy managers should keep the Ravens defense in their starting lineups, including for the Week 7 divisional showdown versus the Browns.

    Oct 22 · Source via Ravens Baltimore Ravens
  • Ravens Defense Records Three Sacks In Win

    The Baltimore Ravens defense had a bounce-back performance in Week 5 as they recorded three sacks and an interception on Joe Burrow in the 19-17 win. Patrick Queen recorded the interception, while Marcus Peters, Josh Bynes, and newly-signed Jason Pierre-Paul recorded the sacks. They draw a good matchup in Week 6 with the Giants, who have a depleted wide receiver core and banged-up quarterback heading into their matchup.

    Oct 9 · Source via Ravens Baltimore Ravens
  • Ravens Defense Has A Rough Afternoon Against The Bills

    The Ravens defense surrendered 23 points to the Bills offense in Week 4, its second lowest total of the season. The unit also kept Josh Allen in check on the passing end, holding the signal-caller to 213 yards on 19-for-36 passing and a touchdown while picking up an interception. In all fairness, the soggy weather conditions didn't help, allowing Allen to add 70 yards off 11 carries and another touchdown. Yet, despite the loss and subpar showing, the Ravens defense remains one of the most efficient fantasy groups going. However, things will remain challenging in Week 5 against the Bengals, a team that features Joe Burrow, Joe Mixon, Ja'Marr Chase, and Tee Higgins. Fantasy managers should proceed cautiously for that one, possibly even starting a different defensive squad

    Oct 2 · Source via Ravens Baltimore Ravens
  • Don't Count On Ravens Defense In Week 4

    The Ravens defense has been a top-10 unit this season. With that said, things haven't been perfect, as Baltimore has allowed nearly 26 points per game, one of the worst marks in the NFL. The squad has the misfortune of trying to slow down Josh Allen and the Bills on Sunday. It's no secret that Allen is a top signal-caller and is capable of putting up points in a hurry. Considering the Ravens defense has struggled against opposing wideouts, surrendering over 1,000 receiving yards throughout the first three weeks, fantasy managers should consider alternative options in Week 4.

    Sep 29 · Source via Ravens Baltimore Ravens
  • Baltimore Ravens Defense - Week 3 Outlook For Fantasy Football

    The Baltimore Ravens defense/special teams has been solid for fantasy so far this season. They have generated four sacks, three interceptions, and one fumble recovery through two games and managed seven fantasy points despite allowing the Miami Dolphins to score 42 real points last week. In Week 3, the Ravens will go on the road to face the New England Patriots, who have a far less prolific offense than Miami. They should be fine to start this week, but fantasy managers should note that a matchup with the Buffalo Bills is on deck, so the Baltimore DST is not a must-hold.

    Sep 24 · Source via Ravens Baltimore Ravens
  • Team Defense Stats



    1@NYJW 24-96.0312009
    2MIAL 38-424.01210042
    3@NEW 37-267.03310026
    4BUFL 20-233.01110023
    5CINW 19-175.03110017
    6@NYGL 20-246.04020024
    7CLEW 23-207.05020020
    8@TBW 27-224.03010022
    9@NOW 27-136.04110013
    11CARW 13-37.0421003
    12@JACL 27-285.04010028


    1@LVL 27-334.03100033
    2KCW 36-352.00110035
    3@DETW 19-172.02000017
    4@DENW 23-76.0510007
    5INDW 31-253.02010025
    6LACW 34-63.0210006
    7CINL 17-412.01100041
    9MINW 34-310.00000031
    10@MIAL 10-224.04000022
    11@CHIW 16-134.03010013
    12CLEW 16-105.03020010
    13@PITL 19-201.01000020
    14@CLEL 22-241.00100024
    15GBL 30-313.03000031
    16@CINL 21-413.03000041
    17LARL 19-2010.01211020
    18PITL 13-162.01100016


    1CLEW 38-65.0212006
    2@HOUW 33-1612.04111016
    3KCL 20-341.00010034
    4@WASW 31-174.03010017
    5CINW 27-316.0712103
    6@PHIW 30-287.06010028
    8PITL 24-283.02010028
    9@INDW 24-108.00111010
    10@NEL 17-231.01000023
    11TENL 24-303.02100030
    12@PITL 14-192.00110019
    13DALW 34-172.0110000
    14@CLEW 47-423.00100142
    15JACW 40-148.05010114
    16NYGW 27-136.06000013
    17@CINW 38-32.0020003
    WC@TENW 20-132.01100013


    1@MIAW 59-106.03210010
    2ARIW 23-173.03000017
    3@KCL 28-331.01000033
    4CLEL 25-402.01100040
    5@PITW 26-233.01110023
    6CINW 23-173.02100017
    7@SEAW 30-1615.01112016
    9NEW 37-2010.02111020
    10@CINW 49-1317.02122013
    11HOUW 41-79.0711007
    12@LARW 45-64.0220006
    13SFW 20-173.02010017
    14@BUFW 24-177.06010017
    15NYJW 42-213.01110021
    16@CLEW 31-151.00100015
    17PITW 28-104.02020010
    DPTENL 12-281.01000028

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