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2019 Fantasy Football Projections: Baltimore Ravens

- Updated: Saturday, June 29th

In addition to viewing our 2019 Fantasy Football Projections by position, we will post our preseason projections per team.

Below you will find our 2019 fantasy football projections for the Baltimore Ravens.


Lamar Jackson457.3269.83155.416.4610.29132.3648.34.63264.09
Starting just seven (regular-season) games last season, Jackson led the team in rush attempts (147) and was second in rushing yards (695) to Gus Edwards (718). Even though eked out only one 200-yard passing game (204 in Week 16), Jackson scored the eighth-most fantasy points per contest during his seven-week stretch as starter.

The goal is and should be for Jackson to run less (for durability's sake), but offensive coordinator Greg Roman has had plenty of success orchestrating offenses led by mobile quarterbacks. Here are the fantasy QB finishes in Roman's last four seasons as OC: QB8, QB14 (Tyrod Taylor in Buffalo) and QB16, QB11 (Colin Kaepernick in San Francisco).
Trace McSorley4.82.633.
Robert Griffin III14.

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Mark Ingram225.81027.48.4729.5212.40.89180.14
Suspended the first four games of the season, Ingram had a down year as Alvin Kamara took over as lead back in New Orleans. In the two seasons before that, however, Ingram rushed for 2,167 yards, added 104 catches for 735 yards and scored a total of 22 touchdowns. No team ran the ball as much as Baltimore in 2018 and that trend should continue in 2019 with Ingram as their lead back and my projection of 250 touches could prove too conservative.
Gus Edwards100.7513.62.773.830.40.0471.26
A key waiver-wire pickup in fantasy leagues last season, Edwards had only 62 rushing yards before the team's Week 10 bye, but he ended up leading the team in rushing (718 yards) on the year. Edwards rushed for a minimum of 67 yards per game from Weeks 11 to 17 with three 100-yard games over that seven-week span. The addition of Ingram puts a significant dent into Edwards' workload and outlook for 2019, but Gus the Bus will continue to be involved in Baltimore's run-dominant offense.
Justice Hill60.4326.20.9123.8202.30.7162.57
A bit undersized with tons of speed (4.4-flat), Hill offers some intriguing upside as a change-of-pace complement to Ingram (and Edwards) given his current 13th-round ADP.
Kenneth Dixon40.3193.41.018520.0831.08
Playing 18 games over three NFL seasons, there has been some offseason speculation that Dixon's roster spot is unsafe. Even if he makes the 53-man roster, he's likely fourth on the depth chart behind Ingram, Hill and Edwards.
Patrick Ricard0000.

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Marquise Brown37.5618.
The first wide receiver off the board in the 2019 NFL Draft, Brown has drawn comparisons to DeSean Jackson and is the cousin of Raiders receiver Antonio Brown. From a fantasy perspective, the run-heavy Baltimore offense is far from an ideal landing spot for "Hollywood." Coach Harbaugh is "hopeful" that Brown (foot) will be ready for training camp.
Willie Snead47.2500.31.420.95.9059.14
In Lamar Jackson's seven regular-season starts, Snead went without a target in two games and had one catch in two others. Targeted 95 times overall in his first season with the Ravens, Snead converted his 62 receptions into just one score and only 10.5 Y/R. With Jackson as the full-season starter in 2019, Snead's numbers could dip year over year even if he leads the position group in target share.
Chris Moore36.4393.12.911.44.30.0157.26
Miles Boykin20.7314.62.0700043.88
Seth Roberts9.297.50.4600012.51
Jordan Lasley4.356.80.30007.48

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Mark Andrews36.7521.13.300071.91
The Ravens used a first-round pick on Hayden Hurst last season, but it was the third-rounder that was the most productive in 2018. Andrews, who posted a 34/552/3 line, remains the best bet among Baltimore's tight ends to be the most productive in 2019.
Hayden Hurst22.9286.31.8300039.61
Nick Boyle21.9186.20.2200019.94

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