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Baltimore Ravens 2021 NFL Mock Draft Roundup 2.0

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2021 NFL draft, we will update our Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Baltimore Ravens from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Ravens:

Rotoworld - Thor Nystrom (8/21)

30. Creed Humphrey, IOL, Oklahoma

We know that Eric DeCosta and crew love their offensive Sooners, from Hollywood Brown to Mark Andrews to Ben Powers to Orlando Brown Jr. With Ronnie Stanley and Zeus Junior setting the tone as bookends for the next several years, the Ravens could afford to bolster the interior between them. Bradley Bozeman has proven to be an above-average NFL guard, but the right guard position remains in flux and Matt Skura is an average center coming off a season-ending injury.

PFF - Mike Renner (8/19)

32. Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU

No defense loves extra coverage players more than the Ravens. No defense loves versatile coverage players more than the Ravens. Moehrig is a horse of a safety at 6-foot-2, 208 pounds -- he hits like a brick and had two forced fumbles last year purely from the force he put on ball carriers. He finished with a position-leading 16 combined picks and pass breakups last season for the Horned Frogs.

The Draft Network - Kyle Crabbs (8/19)

30. Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan

The Ravens continue to thrive by letting good players fall into their lap. With Aidan Hutchinson, the team picks up a hybrid defender who can play up and down the front and potentially unlock his potential by mentoring behind Calais Campbell in 2021. Hutchinson has the size to fulfill a similar role as either an odd-front end, an interior pass rusher in even fronts or potentially play some stand-up in the run game if the team doesn't want to strap on extra weight. The possibilities are endless.

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Baltimore Ravens 53-Man Roster Projections

NFL franchises need to cut their current roster to 53 players by September 5th at 4:00 p.m. ET.

With NFL training camps opening up, we will track 53-man roster projections for the Baltimore Ravens from various local beat writers.

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2020 NFL Power Rankings: Baltimore Ravens

Throughout the 2020 NFL season, we will compile a consensus NFL Power Rankings that averages the rankings of all 32 NFL teams.

Here is where the Baltimore Ravens rank in terms of average, best and worst in our consensus Week 1 NFL Power Rankings:

Below you will find a Week 1 roundup for the Ravens in our consensus 2020 NFL Power Rankings.

The Athletic -- Rank: 2

They find themselves in a tough spot where nothing matters until they prove themselves in the postseason. But the Ravens return a loaded roster from last year's 14-2 team, including 10 of 11 starters from the league's most efficient offense. The idea that opposing defensive coordinators will have caught up to Greg Roman's offense through a series of offseason Zoom calls is laughable. Roman's scheme is sound and has been effective in the NFL for nearly a decade. While the Ravens might not produce the same historic numbers as they did in 2019, if Lamar Jackson can improve his downfield accuracy, they could be even tougher to defend. The bizarre Earl Thomas situation leaves the Ravens with a hole at safety, but their front seven should be better. Reigning league MVP, strong on both sides of the line of scrimmage and a smart coaching staff. This could be a special season for the Ravens.

CBS Sports -- Rank: 6

They are still loaded and they have the MVP in Lamar Jackson running their high-flying offense. They will be a playoff team, but it's time to do something with Jackson once they are there.

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Baltimore Ravens: 2020 NFL Schedule

Below you will find the weekly NFL regular-season schedule with results for the Ravens in 2020.

WeekDateOpponentTime (ET) / Tickets
Week 1Sun., Sept. 13vs. Cleveland Browns1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 2Sun., Sept. 20at Houston Texans4:25 PM / Tickets
Week 3Mon., Sept. 28vs. Kansas City Chiefs8:15 PM / Tickets
Week 4Sun., Oct. 4at Washington Redskins1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 5Sun., Oct. 11vs. Cincinnati Bengals1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 6Sun., Oct. 18at Philadelphia Eagles1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 7Sun., Oct. 25vs. Pittsburgh Steelers1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 8BYE
Week 9Sun., Nov. 8at Indianapolis Colts1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 10Sun., Nov. 15at New England Patriots8:20 PM / Tickets
Week 11Sun., Nov. 22vs. Tennessee Titans1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 12Thu., Nov. 26at Pittsburgh Steelers8:20 PM / Tickets
Week 13Thu., Dec. 3vs. Dallas Cowboys8:20 PM / Tickets
Week 14Mon., Dec. 14at Cleveland Browns8:15 PM / Tickets
Week 15Sun., Dec. 20vs. Jacksonville Jaguars1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 16Sun., Dec. 27vs. New York Giants1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 17Sun., Jan. 3at Cincinnati Bengals1:00 PM / Tickets

The Baltimore Ravens have the 32nd-most difficult schedule based on the record of last year's opponents (2020 NFL strength of schedule).

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Baltimore Ravens - 2020 Draft Results

The table below are all of the 2020 NFL Draft picks selected by the Baltimore Ravens.

RoundOverallPlayerPositionSchool
128Patrick QueenLBLSU
255J.K. DobbinsRBOhio State
371Justin MadubuikeDTTexas A&M
392Devin DuvernayWRTexas
398Malik HarrisonLBOhio State
3106Tyre PhillipsGMississippi State
4143Ben BredesonGMichigan
5170Broderick WashingtonDTTexas Tech
6201James ProcheWRSMU
7219Geno StoneSIowa

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Fantasy Football Strength of Schedule (SOS)

Taking an average of the fantasy football points allowed in 2019 by every team's 2020 opponents, we have an idea of how easy or difficult the upcoming schedule is for each team's position groups for the 2020 season.

Below is where the Baltimore Ravens rank in 2020 Fantasy Football Strength of Schedule:

Pos.Avg. (Rank)Playoffs (Rank)Full SOS grids
QB15.92 (13)56.18 (4)2020 Fantasy Football QB Strength of Schedule
RB17.66 (12)65.79 (3)2020 Fantasy Football RB Strength of Schedule
WR19.6 (28)65.13 (20)2020 Fantasy Football WR Strength of Schedule
TE7.32 (5)24.84 (6)2020 Fantasy Football TE Strength of Schedule
Average = per game average allowed by 2020 opponents for Weeks 1 to 16.
Playoffs = sum of averages for opponents in Weeks 14 to 16.

MORE: Weekly breakdown of Baltimore Ravens Fantasy Football Strength of Schedule

Baltimore Ravens Fantasy Football Projections

Not only do we have fantasy football projections by positions, we have team-by-team fantasy projections as well.

Here are our projections for the Baltimore Ravens running backs for the 2020 NFL season:

PlayerAtt.YardsTDRec.YardsTDPoints
Mark Ingram187.78547.0423.1189.42.08159.06
Despite being second on his team in rushing (behind the team's quarterback), 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. Dobbins155.7716.25.4521176.41.26129.52
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 Edwards62.6300.52.5213.60.0246.53
Patrick Ricard0007.638.81.1410.72
Justice Hill7.329.60.154.838.90.18.35

MORE: See our full Baltimore Ravens Fantasy Football Projections

Baltimore Ravens Fantasy Football ADPs

When it comes time to draft our fantasy football teams, it's helpful to know where players are typically being selected in fantasy football drafts.

As we approach the 2020 NFL season, the tool that helps us understand where players are being selected, on average, is fantasy football average draft position (ADP).

Using data from Fantasy Football Calculator, we have set up pages for all fantasy-relevant players that depicts their current trends in standard-scoring and PPR-scoring ADPs.

The chart below displays the Fantasy Football Average Draft Position (ADP) movement over the past 30 days for Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson in 12-team standard-scoring formats.

Lamar Jackson Average Draft Position

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Baltimore Ravens Stats

The franchise statistical leaders for the Baltimore Ravens are listed in the table below:

Statistical CategoryLeader
Passing YardageJoe Flacco - 38,245
Rushing YardageJamal Lewis - 7,801
Receiving YardageDerrick Mason - 5,777
SacksTerrell Suggs - 132.5
InterceptionsEd Reed - 61
Coaching WinsJohn Harbaugh - 118

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