Even after scoring 34 or more points in each of the last three games, there’s only one wide receiver from the Ravens that’s really made any impact fantasy-wise.
Fantasy Football analysis: Ravens WRs Marquise Brown, Dez Bryant, Willie Snead, Miles Boykin
Brown’s 98 receiving yards in last week’s win against the Jacksonville Jaguars were his most since having 101 in Week 1. After scoring a touchdown in each of the three games prior, Brown was held without a score in Week 15, but was able to reel in passes of 44 and 28 yards and fell just four yards short of scoring on his 28-yard reception in the first quarter. He’s averaged 15.55 fantasy points per-game since Week 12, including 18.50 against the Steelers.
Though Bryant scored his first touchdown since December 10, 2017 in last week’s game, he’s yet to be anywhere near a reliable fantasy play, even in such a high-powered Ravens offense. Bryant has just 14.90 total points in four games played and has yet to be targeted more than five times in a game, as well as eclipse more than 28 receiving yards.
Snead saw a season-low one target last week and put up a single-digit fantasy performance for the ninth time this year. After scoring 23.40 points in Week 10, Snead has averaged 7.26 in three games played.
Boykin has scored a touchdown in two of his last three games, but has yet to break 10.80 in said games. He’s also combined for just six targets in the span.
Fantasy Start/Sit Recommendation
Start Marquise Brown. Sit Dez Bryant, Willie Snead and Miles Boykin.