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Dec 4, 2022 6 34 13 0 3
Nov 27, 2022 3 23 11 0 3
Nov 20, 2022 1 3 3 0
Nov 7, 2022 1 5 5 0
Oct 27, 2022 4 31 13 0 12

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2022 35 378 10.80 3 84 7.00
2021 33 272 8.24 2 50 7.14 442.8
2020 20 201 10.05 70 17.50 271.7
3y Avg. 26 236 9.08 1 60 10.00 352.2
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Racks up 99 total yards in win

    Duvernay secured all six targets for 34 yards, returned three kickoffs for 62 yards and returned one punt for three yards in the Ravens' 10-9 win over the Broncos on Sunday. Duvernay finished second on Baltimore in receptions and third in both receiving yards and targets, but outside of his long reception of 13 yards, he posted just 21 on his other five catches. Duvernay's catch total was also a season high, giving him some momentum heading into a Week 14 road matchup versus the Steelers.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Quiet in loss

    Duvernay caught three of five targets for 23 yards and added 16 yards on two carries in Sunday's 28-27 loss to the Jaguars. Duvernay continued to run as the Ravens' No. 1 wideout Sunday, playing the most offensive snaps (56) of any Baltimore receiver. Unfortunately, the speedster couldn't get much going despite what was on paper a favorable matchup. Duvernay's recent struggles are just a part of what appears to be bigger issues with the Ravens' aerial attack, especially with Rashod Bateman (foot) out for the remainder of the season, Duvernay will look to bounce back from several weeks of lackluster performances when the Ravens host the Broncos in Week 13.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Suiting up Sunday

    Duvernay (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Panthers. A late addition to the Ravens' Week 12 injury report, Duvernay had been listed as questionable heading into Sunday after the hamstring issue rendered him a limited participant at Friday's practice session. Ultimately, the injury wasn't enough of a concern to prevent Duvernay from suiting up Sunday, and the 25-year-old wideout isn't expected to face any limitations while serving in his usual starting role. Even with the Ravens having been without No. 1 wideout Rashod Bateman (foot) for their last two games and top tight end Mark Andrews for one of them, Duvernay has drawn just two targets between those contests.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Expected to play

    Duvernay (hamstring) remains listed as questionable but is expected to suit up for Sunday's contest against the Jaguars, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Duvernay was limited in practice Friday, but he hadn't previously appeared on the Week 12 injury report for Baltimore. Duvernay and Demarcus Robinson (hip) -- who is listed as questionable but also expected to play -- have served as Lamar Jackson's top wideouts with Rashod Bateman (foot) out for the season. However, Duvernay has seen just two targets in his last two games, and he hasn't recorded 50 or more receiving yards since Week 5.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Questionable with hamstring injury

    The Ravens list Duvernay as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jaguars due to a hamstring injury. Baltimore hadn't included Duvernay on its Week 12 injury report until he showed up Friday after being limited in practice due to the hamstring issue. It's unclear if the injury was something he brought into Friday or if he suffered the injury during practice and exited early as a result. Whatever the case, the Ravens will offer more clarity on his status with the release of their inactive list 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff. Duvernay has been the Ravens' No. 1 wide receiver in name while Rashod Bateman (foot) has been sidelined with a season-ending injury for the past two games, but he's drawn two combined targets in those contests despite playing 78 percent of the snaps on offense.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Held to one catch Sunday

    Duvernay brought in his sole target for three yards, rushed once for four yards and returned two punts for five yards in the Ravens' 13-3 win over the Panthers on Sunday. Duvernay was disappointingly uninvolved on a day when Mark Andrews returned to action from a one-game absence and Demarcus Robinson stepped up with his biggest yardage total since 2019. The speedster's production is still tough to trust on a week-to-week basis, though he'll have a favorable matchup in a Week 12 road battle against an inconsistent Jaguars defense.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Struggles again as top receiver

    Duvernay recorded one reception on one target for five yards in Monday's 27-13 win over the Saints. Duvernay seemed to have a clear role heading into the game with both Mark Andrews (shoulder) and Rashod Bateman (foot) sidelined. However, he managed his lone catch on Baltimore's second possession of the game and didn't factor in as a receiver from there. Despite a lack of healthy skill-position players in Baltimore, Duvernay has failed to top 50 receiving yards in four consecutive games.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Sleeper WRs

    I'm willing to gamble on Duvernay this week as a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in all leagues. With Rashod Bateman (foot) out and Mark Andrews (shoulder) banged up, we could see more targets headed for Duvernay on a fast surface. Demarcus Robinson could also be a factor, and he just had six catches for 64 yards on eight targets in the game Bateman was injured in Week 8 at Tampa Bay. But Duvernay has the most upside of the group. He scored 16 PPR points against the Buccaneers, and Duvernay now has three games this season with at least 12 PPR points. The Saints have also allowed nine receivers to score at least 13 PPR points this year.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Primed for No. 1 receiver role

    Duvernay is expected to serve as the Ravens' No. 1 wide receiver for the rest of the season after head coach John Harbaugh announced Thursday that Rashod Bateman (foot) won't play again in 2022, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Tight end Mark Andrews (shoulder/ankle) will most likely continue operating as the No. 1 target for quarterback Lamar Jackson while Bateman is out of the lineup, but Duvernay becomes the clear top option in the Ravens' weak wide-receiver room for the back half of the season. While Bateman was sidelined Weeks 5 and 6, Duvernay put together a 6-68-0 receiving line on 12 targets to go with three carries for 24 yards and a rushing score, production that doesn't immediately vault Duvernay into must-start status. That said, the absence of Bateman can still be viewed as a positive development for Duvernay, given that the seven and five targets he drew in Weeks 5 and 6 are his highest counts of the season. The Ravens have Demarcus Robinson, James Proche, Tylan Wallace and DeSean Jackson available as their other options at receiver, but none of the quartet have been as consistently involved in the passing attack this season as Duvernay.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Week 9 Adds (WR Preview)

    Without Rashod Bateman, Duvernay could be a weeklyWR3 and could even see a few carries every week if the team is missing Gus Edwards as well. We expect elite efficiency playing with Lamar Jackson, meaning that Duvernay has the potential to score a touchdown every week, ven if he's only seeing five-to-seven touches per game.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Significant all-purpose role in win

    Duvernay secured all four targets for 31 yards, rushed twice for 33 yards and a touchdown, returned three kickoffs for 72 yards and ran back three punts for 27 yards in the Ravens' 27-22 win over the Buccaneers on Thursday night. Duvernay's extremely busy stat line underscores his importance to the victory. The speedster's 15-yard rushing touchdown midway through the fourth quarter was critical in giving the Ravens some breathing room after the Buccaneers had closed to within 17-13, and it was his first trip to the end zone since Week 3. Duvernay's upside as a receiver is decidedly capped by his team's run-heavy approach, but if he continues to get more opportunities on the ground, it could certainly serve to supplement his overall fantasy production nicely. Duvernay's first opportunity to build on his best all-around performance of the season comes in a Week 9 road matchup against the Saints on Monday night, Nov. 7.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Two catches in win

    Duvernay secured two of three targets for 42 yards in the Ravens' 23-20 win over the Browns. Duvernay tied Rashod Bateman for the team lead in receiving yards, but it was a modest figure overall on a day when Lamar Jackson threw for only 120 yards. Duvernay has recorded over 40 receiving yards in all but two games this season, but his overall upside remains capped thanks to Baltimore's usual run-first mentality. Duvernay's next opportunity to build up his numbers comes in a Week 8 Thursday night battle against the Buccaneers.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Duvernay has been fun to talk about but his statistical upside shouldn't enthrall you, mainly because he doesn't get enough targets to warrant anything but bye-week use as a touchdown-needy receiver. Even in full-PPR he hasn't had more than 12 points since Week 1. I'd rather take a shot at some upside on a guy like Darnell Mooney or Michael Gallup.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Does little with five targets

    Duvernay recorded one catch on five targets for 14 yards in Sunday's 24-20 loss to the Giants. Duvernay tied for the lead in targets among Baltimore's wide receivers in the absence of Rashod Bateman (foot). However, he seemingly was not on the same page as Lamar Jackson, which is surprising given that he had converted nine of his last 12 targets into receptions entering Sunday's game. Assuming Bateman remains out, Duvernay will have a legitimate chance to contribute to the offense in Week 7 against the Browns, though his involvement continues to pale in comparison to that of Mark Andrews.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Rashod Bateman (foot) missed practice Wednesday, and that could be a sign he's out again in Week 6. He missed Week 5 against the Bengals, and Duvernay had five catches for 54 yards on seven targets, along with three carries for 24 yards. It's clear the Ravens were trying to get the ball in Duvernay's hands, and that could continue against the Giants if Bateman remains out. The Giants have allowed six receivers to score at least 12 PPR points this season, and Duvernay should be considered a high-end No. 3 PPR receiver in this matchup if Bateman sits.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Sleeper WRs

    Rashod Bateman (foot) was ruled out for Week 6 on Friday. He missed Week 5 against the Bengals, and Duvernay had five catches for 54 yards on seven targets, along with three carries for 24 yards. It's clear the Ravens were trying to get the ball in Duvernay's hands, and that could continue against the Giants if Bateman remains out. The Giants have allowed six receivers to score at least 12 PPR points this season, and Duvernay should be considered a high-end No. 3 PPR receiver in this matchup if Bateman sits.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Week 6 Adds (WR Preview)

    If it wasn't for the possibility of Bateman returning this week, I'd put Duvernay ahead of Pierce. The Ravens are manufacturing ways for him to touch the ball and his efficiency has been off the charts. That can happen when you play with Lamar Jackson.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Week 6 Waiver Priority List

    There's a chance Rashod Bateman (foot) could return in Week 6 against the Giants, but if he's out again then Duvernay would be a quality No. 3 receiver in the majority of leagues. In Week 5 against Cincinnati with Bateman out, Duvernay had five catches for 54 yards on seven targets. He also added three carries for 24 yards. It's clear the Ravens were trying to get the ball in Duvernay's hands, and that could continue against the Giants if Bateman remains out. Duvernay is worth adding for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Week 5 Waiver Priority List

    There's a chance Rashod Bateman (foot) could return in Week 6 against the Giants, but if he's out again then Duvernay would be a quality No. 3 receiver in the majority of leagues. In Week 5 against Cincinnati with Bateman out, Duvernay had five catches for 54 yards on seven targets. He also added three carries for 24 yards. It's clear the Ravens were trying to get the ball in Duvernay's hands, and that could continue against the Giants if Bateman remains out. Duvernay is worth adding for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Gains 78 total yards on SNF

    Duvernay caught five of seven targets for 54 yards and added 24 rushing yards on three carries in Sunday's 19-17 win over the Bengals. Duvernay had an interesting stat line, as the three rushing attempts and 24 yards were both new season highs. The versatile wideout gained most of his rushing yards on a broken play that had a shotgun snap hit him in the arm as he motioned in front of Lamar Jackson, leading to a fortunate fumble that allowed the speedster to gain 12 yards and the first down. Fantasy managers shouldn't expect those kind of rushing totals from Duvernay on a weekly basis, but the seven targets did lead all Baltimore wide receivers for the second week in a row (Mark Andrews led all players with 10 targets). Rashod Bateman (foot) was inactive after getting injured in the first half of last week's loss to Buffalo, so Duvernay could continue to experience a small uptick in looks should Baltimore's top wideout miss next Sunday's tilt against the Giants as well.
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