Sunday, August 23, 2020

Baltimore Ravens Fantasy Football Projections 2020

In addition to viewing our 2020 Fantasy Football Projections by position, we will post our preseason projections per team.

Below you will find our 2020 fantasy football projections for the Baltimore Ravens.

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Lamar Jackson440290.4338825.37.48145.5894.85.09341.78
What's not to like about Jackson? Well, I mean, aside from his ADP? Jackson led the NFL in passing touchdowns (36) and TD% (9.0) and his rushing production -- 1,206 yards and seven touchdowns -- accounted for double-digit fantasy points (10.84) per game on its own. The dual-threat quarterback's rushing production provides an extremely high floor -- only one game with fewer than 19.8 fantasy points -- and high ceiling -- 10 of his 15 weeks were top-four weekly performances.
Robert Griffin III35.721.8235.61.210.8916560.1619.04
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Mark Ingram184.8840.86.93252052.25159.66
Despite being second on his own team in rushing (behind Lamar Jackson), Ingram still performed as an RB1 in all scoring formats in 2019. Ingram eclipsed the 1,000-yard rushing mark, averaged 5.0 yards per carry and scored a total of 15 touchdowns for the league's highest-scoring offense. Ingram's grip on the lead-back role is weakened some by the team drafting a talented back (J.K. Dobbins), but the veteran back remains a viable RB2 in 2020.
J.K. Dobbins152.8702.95.3521.8183.11.31128.56
Some viewed Dobbins as the RB1 in this year's draft class. The former Buckeye enters a situation where his long-term success can be maximized, but the presence of Ingram atop the depth chart puts some constraints on Dobbins' short-term (i.e., 2020) outlook. Even so, the workload gap between Ingram and Dobbins should be narrower than it was between Ingram (228 touches in 2019) and the team's RB2 (Gus Edwards, 140) last year and Edwards finished as a top-50 back. Much more of a receiving threat than Edwards, Dobbins could still vastly exceed his current ADP.
Gus Edwards68.4328.32.74213.60.0250.75
While Dobbins is the future of the position for the run-heavy Ravens, it's too early to automatically assume that he'll get the second-most touches behind Ingram on an every-week basis. The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec recently wrote that "it might be a weekly decision" when it comes to who will get carries behind Ingram. Edwards averaged 5.3 yards per carry a season ago.
Patrick Ricard0007.437.71.1110.43
Justice Hill7.329.60.156.451.80.139.82

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Marquise Brown64.7857.36.79000126.47
The only first-round receiver drafted in 2019, Brown was the most productive wide receiver for the Ravens as the rookie finished with 42 catches for 584 yards and seven touchdowns. Never 100 percent last season due to his foot, Brown added 23 pounds of muscle this offseason. The only concern with Brown is the run-first nature of the offense, which will continue to lead to some boom-or-bust outings on a week-to-week basis.
Willie Snead35.6380.91.962.913.10.0351.34
Miles Boykin20.2288.91.7200039.21
Devin Duvernay19.9222.91.392.915.10.0632.5
James Proche8.487.40.500011.74
Chris Moore1.314.20.10002.02


Mark Andrews69.8914.46.98000133.32
In the year that the Ravens drafted Andrews, they used a first-round pick on a tight end except it wasn't Andrews. While that first-rounder (Hayden Hurst) was traded this offseason to Atlanta (and the move provides a boost for his outlook), Andrews is coming off a breakout season where he posted career highs in receptions (64), yards (852) and touchdowns (10).
Nick Boyle35.23452.1100047.16
Boyle actually led Ravens' tight ends in snaps played (769, 69.59%) while posting receiving career highs across the board in targets (43), receptions (31), yards (321) and touchdowns (two) in 2019. Trading Hayden Hurst may not necessarily lead to an uptick in snaps played, but it's possible the trade leads to a few extra targets Boyle's way this season.
Jacob Breeland0.76.40.040000.88

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