Baltimore Ravens

Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium | Coach: John Harbaugh
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense31st114.6 (13th)165.2 (32nd)
Defense6th120.8 (26th)185.2 (2nd)

Last Game

Sun, November 19
Lambeau Field
on CBS Sports
Baltimore Ravens
Green Bay Packers

Game Leaders

Passing: J. Flacco (22-28, 183)
Rushing: A. Collins (20-49)
Receiving: M. Wallace (4-56)

Passing: B. Hundley (21-36, 239)
Rushing: J. Williams (18-57)
Receiving: D. Adams (8-126)


Thu Aug 10
W 23 - 3WAS
Thu Aug 17
W 31 - 7@MIA
Sat Aug 26
W 13 - 9BUF
Thu Aug 31
W 14 - 13@NO
Sun Sep 10
W 20 - 0@CIN
Sun Sep 17
W 24 - 10CLE
Sun Sep 24
L 7 - 44@JAC
Sun Oct 1
L 9 - 26PIT
Sun Oct 8
W 30 - 17@OAK
Sun Oct 15
L 24 - 27CHI
Sun Oct 22
L 16 - 24@MIN
Thu Oct 26
W 40 - 0MIA
Sun Nov 5
L 20 - 23@TEN
Sun Nov 19
W 23 - 0@GB
Mon Nov 27
8:30 pm ET
Sun Dec 3
1:00 pm ET
Sun Dec 10
8:30 pm ET
Sun Dec 17
1:00 pm ET
Sat Dec 23
4:30 pm ET
Sun Dec 31
1:00 pm ET


Ravens' Justin Tucker: Scores 10 points
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Tucker converted all three of his field-goal attempts and both of his extra points en route to 11 points in Sunday's 23-0 win over the Packers.

Tucker has now reached double figures in five of his last six outings, putting him in excellent form ahead of next Monday night's visit from the Texans.

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Ravens' C.J. Mosley: Avoids major ankle injury
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Ravens coach John Harbaugh suggested Monday that Mosley suffered a minor ankle sprain in Sunday's 23-0 win over the Packers, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.

Mosley suffered the injury late in the fourth quarter when the Ravens were trying to preserve a shutout. It appears the team escaped what could've been an embarrassing incident, as there was little reason to have a player of Mosley's caliber on the field in the waning seconds. He finished the game with seven tackles and a forced fumble, bringing his season totals to 83 tackles (64 solo), one sack, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, two interceptions and a touchdown. Mosley is locked in as a top IDP option, assuming he's okay to play Week 12 against the Texans.

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Ravens' Breshad Perriman: Expected to play again this year
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Perriman will be back in the lineup at some point this season, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.

Perriman was a healthy scratch for the first time all season in Sunday's 23-0 win over the Packers, allowing Chris Moore to pick up regular snaps alongside Jeremy Maclin and Mike Wallace in three-wide formations. Neither Moore nor No. 4 receiver Michael Campanaro drew a target, but it could be argued that's actually an upgrade from what Perriman's been giving the team. The 2015 first-round pick has arguably been the least efficient wideout in the NFL this season, catching seven of 27 targets for 54 yards on 310 offensive snaps. Given that Perriman doesn't play special teams, his removal from the lineup was a pretty clear case of addition by subtraction. The Ravens may be inclined to give him another chance before the end of the season, though he'd probably have been released by now if he hadn't been drafted in the first round.

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Ravens' Ben Watson: Catches only target for 33 yards
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Watson caught his lone target for a 33-yard gain in Sunday's 23-0 win over the Packers.

Watson was left wide open across the middle on the second snap of the third quarter. He otherwise was all but invisible, though fellow tight ends Nick Boyle and Maxx Williams -- three combined catches for eight yards -- didn't fare much better. The long gain and the lack of volume both seem like aberrations, as Watson drew at least four targets in each of the previous six games, most recently catching seven of 10 targets for 41 yards in a loss to Tennessee right before Baltimore's bye in Week 10. He'll take aim at the Texans on Monday Night Football in Week 12.

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Ravens' Mike Wallace: Makes most of four targets
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Wallace caught each of his four targets for 56 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 23-0 win over the Packers.

Wallace's one-handed, 21-yard touchdown grab was one of the few highlights on offense in a game that was dominated by the Baltimore defense. He was the only Raven to finish with an efficient receiving line, but his four targets placed him fourth on the team behind Alex Collins (seven), Danny Woodhead (six) and Jeremy Maclin (five). Wallace is clearly Joe Flacco's favorite option down the field -- a role that doesn't usually lead to much volume in an ultra-conservative offense. The Baltimore passing game draws a favorable Week 12 home matchup against the Texans, though.

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