The first round of the NFL Draft was filled with surprises. There were five quarterbacks selected in round one, but none more interesting than pick 32. The Baltimore Ravens aggressively moved up into the first round to obtain the 32nd pick from the Philadelphia Eagles to draft QB Lamar Jackson. After already selecting Hayden Hurst, a Tight End […]
Week 16 Fantasy Football Sleepers Last weekend might not have been the best time of the year to dive into the bag of tricks, but considering how advanced leagues are getting with multiple flex spots and the excessive number of big-name injuries in the NFL this season, finding a few fantasy football sleepers could be […]
Thursday Night Football Preview Miami Dolphins at Baltimore Ravens Baltimore (-3.0), O/U 37.5 Miami Dolphins Thursday Night Football Preview The start of any evaluation of the Dolphins going forward has to start with Matt Moore. Just another in the line of injured quarterbacks. So, the storyline is, the Dolphins brought Jay Cutler out of retirement […]
Over the past handful of seasons, there have been few quarterbacks that have been more polarizing to fantasy football players than Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. The 32-year-old University of Delaware product has been the focal point of an internet meme debating whether or not he’s an elite quarterback since he won a Super Bowl back […]
Deep Tight End Sleeper For a while, it seemed that the Baltimore Ravens were going to adopt a strategy at the tight end spot akin to what the New England Patriots have done at running back this offseason. Namely, get them all! After not addressing the offensive skill positions during the NFL draft, the Ravens […]
The biggest lesson you can learn playing dynasty fantasy football is that you CANNOT only rely on “young players.” Let me say it one more time but in a different way. To have a successful dynasty team, you should have veterans sprinkled through your roster to help stabilize and to create depth to your roster.
After each week this season I will dive into my Opportunity Index data and use it to analyze which committee running back you want to own, which wide receiver is due for positive (or negative) regression, which tight ends are in the best positions to succeed, etc. But first...
At 4-4, The Ravens currently hold the tiebreaker over the Pittsburgh Steelers for first place in the North. They gained that tiebreaker after holding off the Steelers in the fourth quarter
The Jimmy Garoppolo era got off to a nice start and the Patriots offense looked quite similar to the unit usually commanded by Tom Brady. Even without Dion Lewis and Rob Gronkowski, Garoppolo was able to move the ball well, focusing on short passes to Edelman and taking shots downfield to Chris Hogan.
It’s not a trick question. Obviously waiting on QB paid off handsomely in 2015. Aaron Rodgers, Andrew Luck, and Peyton Manning were the first three QBs taken off the board. If you talk to anyone who drafted these normally stellar QBs, they’ll probably have a pretty sad story about the beginning of their 2015 season.
No team placed more players on the season-ending injured reserved list in 2015 than the Baltimore Ravens. Six of these players were week-one starters on the offensive side of the ball.
The winless Baltimore Ravens will look to kickstart their 2015 campaign on Thursday Night, as they travel to divisional rivals the Pittsburgh Steelers. Despite their 2-1 record, all is not rosy with the hosts, as they look to recover from the loss of their talismanic quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and keep their season afloat until he returns in about four to six weeks.