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Madden Stream: Baltimore Ravens Depth Charts

DK Playbook provides you with the Baltimore Ravens’ depth chart for Madden Streams.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson throws a pass in the first quarter against the Buffalo Bills at New Era Field. Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

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This is the depth chart used for DraftKings Madden Stream contests for the Ravens. It is based on rosters at the end of the 2019-2020 season with all injured players active. For more information on the details of the contests and a schedule of upcoming matchups click here.

QB1: Lamar Jackson
QB2: Robert Griffin III
QB3: Trace McSorley

Running Back
RB1: Mark Ingram II
RB2: Gus Edwards
RB3: Patrick Ricard
RB4: Justice Hill

Wide Receiver
WR1: Marquise Brown
WR2: Willie Snead IV
WR3: Seth Roberts
WR4: Miles Boykin
WR5: Jaleel Scott
WR6: Chris Moore
WR7: De’Anthony Thomas

Tight End
TE1: Mark Andrews
TE2: Hayden Hurst
TE3: Nick Boyle
TE4: Morgan Cox


K1: Justin Tucker

Madden Stream Results

Phillip Dorsett and Tom Brady lead the Patriots to a 21-6 win in Madden Stream — 3/29/20

The Patriots had three former players return to lead them past the Ravens on Sunday afternoon’s Madden Stream. New Buccaneer Brady ($10,400 in single-game Showdown; 17.48 DKFP) threw a pair of first-half touchdowns to Philip Dorsett ($5,000; 33.3 DKFP), who recently signed with the Seahawks. Ben Watson ($4,600; 14.4 DKFP), who retired, finished with five catches for 94 yards The Patriots’ DST ($3,400; 14 DKFP) put the clamps on Lamar Jackson ($12,000; 3.72 DKFP) and sealed the win with a third interception at the end of the fourth quarter. Jackson was a disappointing captain’s pick for over 50% of the entries in the free contest., and Dorsett was the right captain’s pick with six catches for 123 yards and his two touchdowns.

Browns defeat Ravens in Madden simulation — 4/6/20

Well, at least Lamar Jackson ($11,400; 18.2 DKFP) didn’t throw three interceptions this time, right? The reigning MVP was far better than his first simulated contest last week, yet it was still wasn’t enough, as Cleveland took down Baltimore 21-14 on Monday night. Mark Andrews ($7,800; 19.6 DKFP) turned out to be the beneficiary of Jackson’s modest success, hauling in six passes for 76 yards and a touchdown. However, the Browns also received a few big performances from pass-catchers. Odell Beckham Jr. ($9,600; 19.2 DKFP) collected 72 yards through the air and a touchdown, while Damion Ratley ($3,000; 14.3 DKFP) emerged as the key value play with a touchdown reception of his own.

Ravens outlast Steelers in Madden simulation — 4/12/20

It wasn’t enough to get his team the win on Sunday night, but JuJu Smith-Schuster ($10,000; 23.9 DKFP) put on a show against Baltimore. Pittsburgh’s speedy WR was unstoppable – especially in the red zone – hauling in five passes for 59 yards and two touchdowns in the Ravens’ 21-19 victory. Still, it’s not like Lamar Jackson ($11,200; 20.5 DKFP) didn’t have a few jaw-dropping moments of his own. The sophomore QB found Seth Roberts ($3,600; 9.9 DKFP) in the end zone for a second quarter passing TD, but the highlight of the game was Jackson’s 30-yard touchdown scamper. The reigning MVP lived up to the hype tonight.

Lamar Jackson shines in simulated battle of AFC heavyweights — 4/14/20

Even in the virtual realm, Jackson ($11,200; 21.94 DKFP) just crushes defenses. On Tuesday DraftKings gave us the simulated version of the AFC championship game that everyone was hoping for last season, and the Ravens emerged victorious over the Chiefs, 20-17. Jackson scored through the air and he scored on the ground, racking up 101 passing yards and 89 rushing. For the Chiefs, though Travis Kelce ($9,200; 17.2 DKFP) led the team in yardage, Tyreek Hill ($10,600; 18.9 DKFP) was the superior DFS play thanks to his two receiving TDs.

49ers trounce Ravens in Madden simulation — 4/19/20

To say that Tevin Coleman ($8,200; 27.2 DKFP) has been up-and-down so far in these Madden simulations would be an understatement. The highs have been high, but the lows have been exceedingly low. With just under two minutes remaining in Sunday night’s tilt between San Francisco and Baltimore, it appeared Coleman would again be in the latter camp; but that was not to be the case. The 26-year-old ripped off a massive 75-yard touchdown, which sent owners into a frenzy and cemented the 49ers’ 30-18 victory. In total, Coleman would rush for 150 yards, while also registering two catches for an additional 12 yards. It was certainly a high.

Texans miracle comeback bid falls short against Ravens — 4/25/20

The ending to this game was an odd one. Trailing 17-7 with less than a minute left, Houston scored a touchdown to get the game within reach. The Texans then recovered an onside kick, giving them a chance to potentially pick up some yardage and attempt a game-knotting field goal. Unfortunately, Deshaun Watson ($11,600; 19.34 DKFP) took a sack and then got intercepted to end the game. For Baltimore, the combination of Lamar Jackson ($11,200) and Mark Andrews ($6,600) was too much for the Texans’ defense. Andrews had over 100 receiving yards and 22.9 DKFP while Jackson finished with a game-high 23.36 DKFP.

Ravens rally to take down Seahawks in Madden simulation — 5/1/20

The Ravens had been down as much as 14 points mid-way through the fourth quarter, but, suddenly, Baltimore’s offense started to actually look like themselves. The Ravens eventually won Friday night’s simulation, 27-21, in OT and they can thank Lamar Jackson ($11,400; 28.5 DKFP) for finally decided to come alive. Jackson – who was captained in over 30% of lineups – shook off a rough start to finish this contest with 18 consecutive completions. The final one of those passes? Just the game-winning touchdown to Mark Andrews ($7,400; 28.5 DKFP). It was the tight end’s eighth reception of the evening, as he’d wind up with 125 yards to go along with that score.

Vikings double-up Ravens in Madden simulation — 5/3/20

Congratulations to the 0.7% of you who decided it would be a good idea to captain Laquon Treadwell ($3,400; 26.8 DKFP). The former first-round pick was dynamic in Minnesota’s 20-10 victory over Baltimore this evening, with Treadwell catching seven passes for 108 yards and a touchdown. Not only was it the wideout’s first TD in these Madden simulations, but it was also the first time Treadwell had exceeded even 70 yards receiving. On the other side, Lamar Jackson ($11,400; 21.5 DKFP) was still quite good even in defeat. The reigning MVP scrambled for 111 yards, which was the reason he produced 20-plus DKFP for the sixth time in his past seven starts.

Ravens run to victory over Bills– 5/5/20

Art mirrored life Tuesday night, assuming a simulated Ravens game qualifies as “art.” Just like during the regular season, Lamar Jackson ($12,400; 22.6 DKFP) and the Ravens’ rushing game led to an easy victory over an AFC opponent. Jackson threw for 125 yards and ran for another 86, scoring both on the ground and through the air. The biggest different between this game and 2019 was that Lamar wasn’t actually the best fantasy play – that title belonged to teammate Mark Ingram ($9,800; 23.9 DKFP), who ran for 125 yards and a TD. And, typical of the Bills, though the final score was relatively close, no one was a particularly good DFS play, as no one from Buffalo topped 14 DKFP.

Lamar Jackson’s big fantasy game isn’t enough for the Ravens to overcome the Eagles– 5/8/20

Jackson ($11,600; 30.14 DKFP) once again had a monster fantasy game. Just like in real life, he’s starting to look like an MVP in Madden. Jackson rushed for 127 yards and added a couple of passing touchdowns to his stat line. His primary target was Seth Roberts ($3,200; 14.9 DKFP) who was the top value play in this game. Even though the Eagles won, they didn’t have as much fantasy production as Baltimore. The one standout performer was DeSean Jackson ($7,600; 21.2 DKFP). Even though he only had 42 receiving yards, he caught a pair of touchdowns to pad his fantasy stats.

Ravens use late push to defeat Titans in Madden simulation– 5/10/20

Death. Taxes. Lamar Jackson ($11,400; 29.3 DKFP) scoring at least 20.0 DKFP in a Madden simulation. At this point, there’s really no way to fade the reigning MVP in Showdown contests, right? Jackson came into this evening’s matchup against Tennessee having eclipsed the 20-point plateau in each of his past six games and that streak would continue in a 27-24 Baltimore victory. The Louisville product did everything in the winning effort, tossing a pair of touchdowns while also collecting another on the ground to go along with his 82 rushing yards. As for the Titans, Derrick Henry ($10,000; 21.4 DKFP) was the standout, thanks specifically to a 59-yard rushing TD in the second quarter.

Special teams help Ravens to victory over Packers in Madden sim– 5/13/20

Davante Adams ($10,400; 17.6 DKFP) and Marquise Brown ($8,400; 13 DKFP) each caught touchdowns for their teams, but there was a lack of offensive production in this one. Lamar Jackson ($11,600; 17.42 DKFP) still made an impact, thanks to 61 rushing yards, but it was the kicking game that made a difference in the 16-7 win for the Ravens. Justin Tucker ($4,200; 10 DKFP) was rostered at 0.6% in the captain’s spot, but his 15 DKFP there were good enough to help the winning lineup.

Lamar Jackson struggles in low-scoring game– 5/16/20

Jackson ($11,600; 8.22 DKFP) has been as consistent as any player in Madden, but he struggled tonight. The Ravens were only able to muster a pair of field goals against the Rams, losing by a final score of 13-6. Credit has to go to the Rams DST ($3,600; 11 DKFP) since they were able to sack the elusive Jackson four times. The only decent fantasy performance from an offensive player in this game came curtesy of Todd Gurley ($8,400; 18.2 DKFP). Gurley didn’t score, but he had 86 rushing yards and 46 receiving yards to help the Rams move down the field.

Ravens squeeze past Cowboys in Madden simulation– 5/18/20

Both Lamar Jackson ($11,600; 11.5 DKFP) and Dak Prescott ($11,000; 12.0 DKFP) came into tonight’s slate as two of the better and most consistent quarterbacks we’ve seen in these Madden simulations. However, Baltimore’s 13-10 victory over Dallas was clearly not about the two pivots. In fact, it was somehow the second game in-a-row where Jackson didn’t manage to throw or run for a single touchdown. Instead, it was Mark Ingram ($9,200; 15.5 DKFP) getting into the end zone, which was part of a final stat line that included 71 rushing yards and two receptions. Justin Tucker ($4,000; 10.0 DKFP) was also key for the Ravens, nailing the game-winning field goal from 57 yards out as time expired.

Quarterbacks run wild in Bears’ Madden sim victory over Ravens– 5/20/20

We expected Lamar Jackson ($11,600; 30.22 DKFP) to have a big game on the ground, as he had exactly 123 yards and a touchdown both rushing and passing. But we might not have expected to see an even bigger game running the ball from Mitchell Trubisky ($10,600; 35.44 DKFP), who reached the end zone three times on top of his 82 yards, not to mention 231 passing yards. Trubisky was 12% owned at captain, where he dropped 53.16 DKFP on the winning lineup, also helping the Bears to a somewhat surprising 26-21 win.

Jacoby Brissett and T.Y. Hilton have big games, but Colts lose, 24-18, to the Ravens– 5/24/20

Justin Tucker ($4,000; 6.0 DKFP) tacked on a totally meaningless FG as time expired to give the Ravens a six-point win over the Colts on Sunday afternoon. Lamar Jackson ($11,600; 17.74 DKFP) ran for a touchdown and 33 yards while throwing for 111 yards and a second score. Even though he lost, Jacoby Brissett ($10,800; 22.04 DKFP) had a better fantasy day connecting with Eric Ebron ($7,200; 22.6 DKFP) and Jack Doyle ($2,400; 10.10 DKFP) on two scores and throwing for 122 yards to T.Y. Hilton ($10,400; 23.2 DKFP). The difference in the game turned out to be the Ravens’ DST ($3,400; 10 DKFP), who had a critical defensive touchdown that helped overcome their mediocre day on offense.

Jets shock Ravens in dominant Madden sim– 5/27/20

Lamar Jackson ($11,600; 7.7 DKFP) rushed for just 33 yards, failed to score any touchdowns and lost a pair of fumbles in Baltimore’s 27-6 loss to the Jets. Sam Darnold ($10,800; 19.42 DKFP) scored once through the air and once on the ground in the victory, going for 29.13 DKFP at 5.6% CPT ownership in the winning lineup. The Jets’ DST ($3,600; 13 DKFP) held the Ravens without a touchdown, tacking the two fumbles from Jackson, as well as sacking him twice. Any combination to cash pretty much involved rostering five Jets. Seth Roberts ($3,400; 12.6 DKFP) was the only sliver of hope for the Ravens, carving out some nice value on four receptions for 86 yards.

Ravens take down Broncos in Madden simulation — 5/29/20
It’s rare we get a simulation where both Lamar Jackson ($11,400; 24.5 DKFP) and Mark Ingram ($9,200; 21.1 DKFP) thrive; but that’s exactly what went down on Friday evening. Baltimore made easy work of Denver, running away with a 27-10 victory. I don’t use the term “running away” lightly, either. Both Jackson and Ingram managed to hit the 100-yard rushing bonus in the win, with both also finding their way into the end zone. For the Broncos, what little offense they could muster came in the form of Courtland Sutton ($10,000; 26.2 DKFP), who registered a game-high seven receptions for 102 yards and a score of his own.

Late field goal lifts Falcons over Ravens in Madden sim — 6/4/20
Matt Ryan ($10,400; 29.64) DKFP out-dueled Lamar Jackson ($11,400; 27.28 DKFP), with a last-minute field goal the difference maker in Atlanta’s 24-21 victory. Ryan ripped off 391 yards and three touchdowns through the air, finishing with 44.46 DKFP in the CPT spot for the winning lineup at 8% ownership. Ryan focused on Calvin Ridley ($6,600; 25 DKFP) as his primary target, finishing with a 5-110-1 line. Russell Gage ($4,400; 17.3 DKFP) was also a valuable piece, going for over 80 yards and a touchdown. Jackson scored just once through the air, limiting the upside of other Baltimore plays, but ran in two touchdowns himself to keep his own value high.

Turnovers undo the Ravens against the Bucs– 6/6/20
This was not Lamar Jackson’s ($11,600; 15.42 DKFP) finest performance. He had the most ownership of any player in this game, but the Ravens were only able to muster 17 points, in part due to a pair of turnovers from Jackson. He was outplayed by Jameis Winston ($11,000; 21.86 DKFP), who had over 300 passing yards and a tossed a pair of touchdowns. Winston’s primary target was O.J. Howard ($6,200; 32.1 DKFP). Coming off a terrible fantasy season in real life, Howard has been one of the top tight ends in Madden. He added another big game to game log tonight, hauling in eight receptions for 151 yards.

Lamar Jackson shines in simulated defeat– 6/9/20
The Jaguars won Tuesday’s simulation, 28-21, but a successful DFS roster required a hefty dose of Ravens. Jackson ($12,200; 31.4 DKFP) led the way, throwing for two TDs and rushing for a third. He finished with 215 yards passing and 88 on the ground. Marquise Brown ($8,400; 32.5 DKFP) edged out his QB for the game’s top DFS total, catching both TD passes and logging 115 yards on six receptions. The Jaguars were most effective on the ground, as Leonard Fournette ($9,600; 24.8 DKFP) earned 91 yards and two TDs.