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Dec 10, 2023 6 60 21 1 14
Nov 26, 2023 5 25 18 1 17
Nov 16, 2023 3 43 33 0 4
Nov 12, 2023 5 73 18 0 7
Nov 5, 2023 1 11 11 0 1
Player Outlook
Rookie wideout Flowers will give the Ravens an infusion of speed and suddenness in their offense. At Boston College, Flowers scored once every 6.5 catches as a senior while averaging 6.5 catches per game (do the math, he scored 12 times in 12 games). Though small in size, Flowers routinely decimated all sorts of coverages including double-teams for big plays. The Ravens have a deep group of pass-catchers but the field-stretching Flowers may be the team's starting slot receiver in Week 1. You could reach for him in Round 9 in seasonal leagues but waiting would be better. It's a different story in long-term keeper leagues when Round 9 might be too late. In rookie-only drafts, bank on Flowers being picked somewhere between third and seventh overall.

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2023 64 673 10.52 3 56 7.00 917
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Fantasy News

  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Scores two touchdowns

    Flowers recorded five receptions on eight targets for 25 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 20-10 win over the Chargers. He added one rush for 37 yards and an additional score. Flowers led the Ravens in targets and receptions and tallied two touchdowns. The first came on a three-yard reception early in the second quarter, while he later sealed the victory on a 37-yard rush around the left end to put the Ravens up by 10 points late in the fourth quarter. Targets tend to be dispersed widely in the Baltimore offense, so he isn't likely to put up big performances consistently, but Flowers now has more than 50 yards from scrimmage in three consecutive games.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Suits up Sunday

    Flowers (hip) is listed as active for Sunday night's game against the Chargers. Flowers, who approached the contest officially listed as questionable, missed practice Thursday, but he was a full participant Friday and declared himself "ready to go" afterward, per Jamison Hensley of ESPN. With his active status for Sunday night's contest confirmed, the Ravens' leading receiver is slated to remain a key target for QB Lamar Jackson in a pass-catching corps that will be without star tight end Mark Andrews, who was placed on IR on Saturday due to an ankle injury. Through 11 games this season, Flowers has compiled a 53/588/1 receiving line on 72 targets, with the 2023 first-rounder's standing within Baltimore's offense providing him with weekly fantasy utility.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Sleeper WRs

    I like the setup for Flowers and Odell Beckham Jr. with Mark Andrews (ankle) out for the Ravens, and both should be considered No. 3 Fantasy receivers in the majority of leagues for Week 12 against the Chargers. Andrews missed Week 1 this season against Houston, and Flowers had a strong NFL debut with nine catches for 78 yards on targets. He only has one game with more than eight PPR points in his past four outings, but I expect him to see more targets with Andrews out. And Beckham has either a touchdown or 100 receiving yards in three games in a row, and he should be a good red-zone target for Lamar Jackson with Andrews off the field. The Chargers are No. 2 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers, so look for Flowers and Beckham to have the chance for a big game.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Questionable despite full practice

    Flowers (hip) was a full practice participant Friday but is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at the Chargers. Flowers already downplayed his absence from practice Thursday and told reporters his availability for Sunday has never been in doubt, per Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com. A full practice to close out the week confirms the rookie is on track to play, though the Ravens will leave the door open for a last-second change of heart or setback. Fellow wideout Odell Beckham (shoulder) also is listed as questionable for Sunday night's game despite upgrading to full practice participation Friday.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Present for practice Friday

    Flowers (hip) was spotted on the field at practice Friday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Flowers didn't practice Thursday, so his presence on the field Friday is a positive step ahead of Sunday's game against the Chargers. The Ravens' final Week 12 injury report will be released later Friday and will clarify whether Flowers heads into the weekend with an injury designation.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    I like the setup for Flowers and Odell Beckham Jr. with Mark Andrews (ankle) out for the Ravens, and both should be considered No. 3 Fantasy receivers in the majority of leagues for Week 12 against the Chargers. Andrews missed Week 1 this season against Houston, and Flowers had a strong NFL debut with nine catches for 78 yards on targets. He only has one game with more than eight PPR points in his past four outings, but I expect him to see more targets with Andrews out. And Beckham has either a touchdown or 100 receiving yards in three games in a row, and he should be a good red-zone target for Lamar Jackson with Andrews off the field. The Chargers are No. 2 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers, so look for Flowers and Beckham to have the chance for a big game.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Limited with hip injury

    Flowers was a limited practice participant Wednesday due to a hip injury. The Ravens haven't indicated that Flowers' injury is serious, but Wednesday marked the first time this season he practiced as anything but a full participant. Flowers played 98 percent of Baltimore's snaps on offense in a 34-20 win over the Bengals last Thursday, finishing with four touches for 50 yards after a dubious holding call cost him a 69-yard touchdown on a screen pass. The rookie already leads Baltimore in targets (72) and looks like a clear No. 1 option in the passing game after tight end Mark Andrews suffered a significant leg injury last week. Flowers should be busy Sunday against the Chargers if he's able to move past the hip injury.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Five grabs in loss

    Flowers secured five of six targets for 73 yards in Sunday's 33-31 loss to the Browns. After seeing just one target in Week 9, Flowers bounced back with a solid performance Sunday. The rookie receiver led the Ravens in targets, catches and receiving yards, but failed to find the end zone in the contest. Through 10 games, Flowers has scored just one touchdown despite leading Baltimore with 68 targets. With favorable matchups down the stretch, the 23-year-old could have the opportunity to improve his fantasy production while continuing to soak up targets from Lamar Jackson. Flowers will look to maintain his role as Jackson's preferred option at wideout when the Ravens host the Bengals in Week 11.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Career-low yardage in win

    Flowers caught five of seven targets for 19 yards in Sunday's 31-21 win over the Cardinals. Flowers led the team in targets and catches but didn't make much of the volume. The 2023 first-round draft pick posted the lowest yardage total of his young career, as Flowers had at least 48 receiving yards in each of his first seven games. Flowers will look to bounce back in Week 9 against the Seahawks.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Tops 70 yards again

    Flowers recorded four receptions on six targets for 75 yards in Sunday's 38-6 win over Detroit. Baltimore's target distribution was relatively flat, leaving Flowers as one of three players with either six or seven targets. Of that group, Flowers was the most efficient, thanks in large part to a 48-yard catch-and-run on the Ravens' first offensive possession of the game. He has now topped 70 receiving yards in three of his first seven games in the NFL.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Flex Starter in PPR (Lineup Decisions)

    Flowers has well over 10.0 yards per catch in half of his games, but he's never had 13-plus PPR points in any of them. He's better to rely on in hopes of quality target volume, which should happen this week. He is once again an easy flex play in PPR over Romeo Doubs, Josh Downs and George Pickens, but the upside dripping from Gabe Davis, Christian Watson and DeVonta Smith makes them more alluring.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Hauls in first career TD

    Flowers caught six of eight targets for 50 yards and a touchdown and added one rushing yard on his only carry in Sunday's 24-16 win over the Titans. The rookie wideout hauled in his first career NFL touchdown on a 10-yard toss from Lamar Jackson in the second quarter. Flowers has been the Ravens' most reliable WR in the early going, posting a 35-367-1 line on 48 targets through six games, and if the improvements in the team's passing game efficiency under new offensive coordinator Todd Monken pay off, Sunday's score figures to be the first of many for the Boston College product in 2023. Flowers will look to return to the end zone in Week 7 against a Lions defense that's already given up six receiving TDs to wide receivers -- only the Eagles and Commanders have allowed more through their first five games.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Sleeper WRs

    I thought Flowers would play well in Week 5 at Pittsburgh, and he had a quality stat line with five catches for 73 yards on 11 targets, although he left plenty of plays on the field, including when he slipped on what would have been a long gain and also dropped a pass. I hope Lamar Jackson doesn't lose faith in Flowers because this is another great matchup for him in Week 6 against Tennessee. The Titans are No. 8 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers, and eight receivers have scored at least 13.8 PPR points against Tennessee this season. Flowers should be considered a borderline starter in all leagues in Week 6.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    I thought Flowers would play well in Week 5 at Pittsburgh, and he had a quality stat line with five catches for 73 yards on 11 targets, although he left plenty of plays on the field, including when he slipped on what would have been a long gain and also dropped a pass. I hope Lamar Jackson doesn't lose faith in Flowers because this is another great matchup for him in Week 6 against Tennessee. The Titans are No. 8 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers, and eight receivers have scored at least 13.8 PPR points against Tennessee this season. Flowers should be considered a borderline starter in all leagues in Week 6.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Flex Starter in PPR (Lineup Decisions)

    If I had supreme confidence in Baltimore not having much success on the ground then I'd start Flowers without hesitation. But Tennessee's run defense has weakened a bit and the Ravens could be apt to take advantage. Of course there's upside for Flowers to haul in a couple of long targets, and that really is what keeps him in the flex conversation. But I would rather start Christian Kirk, Marquise Brown, Michael Pittman and Jakobi Meyers as WR2 options this week.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Flex Starter in PPR (Lineup Decisions)

    We've come to love (or hate) Ravens-Steelers games for their tough defense and low-scoring battles. That might hurt Flowers' chances of scoring -- it will probably take a little luck, which isn't necessarily too big of an ask given how the Steelers secondary has played recently. If you start Flowers, you're counting on the Steelers run defense staying strong and the Ravens using Flowers to create solid plays as a run-game extension and/or you're hoping for a splash play. That makes him a risky flex with a much safer floor in PPR than half- or non-PPR. In the catch-counting formats I'll start him over Tank Dell, the Broncos WRs, Jordan Addison and George Pickens.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Flowers had his worst game of the season in Week 4 at Cleveland with just 8.0 PPR points on three catches for 56 yards on four targets. Prior to that, he scored at least 13.0 PPR points in two of his first three games, and I expect him to bounce back in Week 5 against the Steelers. Now, we could see Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) and Rashod Bateman (hamstring) return to action this week, but Flowers will remain the No. 1 receiver for Lamar Jackson (No. 2 target behind Mark Andrews). And all four No. 1 receivers to face the Steelers this season (Brandon Aiyuk, Amari Cooper, Davante Adams and Nico Collins) have scored at least 16.0 PPR points.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Makes 43-yard grab

    Flowers caught three of four targets for 56 yards and rushed once for minus-6 yards in Sunday's 28-3 win over Cleveland. With Odell Beckham (ankle) and Rashod Bateman (hamstring) unavailable, Mark Andrews was Lamar Jackson's favorite target, catching all five of his targets for 80 yards and two touchdowns. Flowers finished second on the team in targets, and most of his production came on a 43-yard catch in the final minute of the first half, which set up Baltimore's third touchdown. The 2023 first-round pick out of Boston College has caught 24 of 29 targets for 244 yards through four games, but Flowers is still searching for his first NFL touchdown heading into his Week 5 introduction to the Ravens-Steelers rivalry.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: WRs to Start

    The Colts have been absolutely abysmal against opposing receivers this season, so hopefully Flowers takes advantage of this secondary. We could see Odell Beckham Jr. and Rashod Bateman also perform well, but I only have faith in Flowers. In two games against the Jaguars and Texans, five receivers have scored at least 13.4 PPR points, with four touchdowns. Flowers was great in Week 1 against Houston with nine catches for 78 yards on 10 targets when Mark Andrews was out with a quad injury, but he struggled in Week 2 at Cincinnati with four catches for 62 yards on five targets. Given the matchup, I'll trust Flowers again as a No. 2 Fantasy receiver in the majority of leagues.
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  • Ravens' Zay Flowers: Makes downfield grab in win

    Flowers caught four of five targets for 62 yards and added a six-yard carry in the Week 2 win over the Bengals. The rookie continues to impress early in his career. Flowers' big highlight Sunday came on an impressive 52-yard reception between Bengals defenders, showing a downfield element that was not explored as much in the season opener. Baltimore spread the ball around more in Week 2 as Mark Andrews returned to the fold, so Flowers' target volume was cut in half. Still, Flowers was efficient with his opportunities and is off to a strong start overall. Baltimore hosts Indianapolis in Week 3.
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