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The Ravens are hiring Todd Monken as their OC. Monken spent the past 3 seasons as Georgia's OC, helping the Bulldogs to National Championships in both 2021 and 2022. The offense improved each season, climbing from 41st to 26th and then to 5th in yards per game. Monken spent the 4 years before that Georgia stint as an NFL OC. The first 3 came with the Bucs, who climbed from 18th in total yards to 9th and then 3rd with QB Jameis Winston. Monken then headed to Cleveland, where his 2019 Browns struggled to a 22nd-place finish in total yards in QB Baker Mayfield's 2nd season. Each of Monken's final 3 NFL offenses ranked higher in pass attempts than rush attempts. All 4 were at least league-average in terms of Pass Rate Over Expected, with the 2017 Bucs finishing at +2% and the 2018 Bucs finishing at +5%. That makes this a fascinating hire considering the Ravens were a run-leaning offense under former OC Greg Roman. We'll keep an eye on Monken's exact plans for the 2023 Ravens.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews snagged 5 of 10 targets for 73 yards in Sunday’s loss to Cincinnati. He tallied chunk gains of 29 and 25 yards alongside a less-than-100% Tyler Huntley. Andrews, 28 in September, is under contract for 3 more seasons. We’ll see if the Ravens can lock up Lamar Jackson long-term.

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (knee) is facing an "uphill battle" to play in Sunday night's Wild Card game vs. the Bengals, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. "He is working, he is trying, he is rehabbing," Rapoport said. "The knee is just not quite right." Jackson went down on December 4 and was initially expected to miss no more than 3 weeks. He's now 5-and-a-half weeks removed from the injury. We'll get Baltimore's first practice report of the week later today, but it sounds like we should expect Tyler Huntley to be under center on Sunday night.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews is INACTIVE for today's game vs. the Bengals. Baltimore is clearly conceding this game, accepting its fate as the AFC's #6 seed. Assuming the Ravens don't somehow pull off a win here, the Chargers will be locked in as the AFC's #5 seed.

Ravens QB Tyler Huntley (right shoulder, wrist) is inactive for today’s game vs. the Bengals. That leaves QB Anthony Brown under center. The undrafted rookie completed just 58% of his passes in college and went 3-of-5 for 16 yards in his only action this season back in Week 14. The Ravens passing game has little chance today.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews roped in all 9 of his targets for 100 yards in Week 17's loss vs. the Steelers. The veteran hadn't recorded a game of 10+ PPR points since Week 12 vs. the Jaguars prior to Sunday. Fantasy managers who found their way to the championship round despite Andrews' lack of production were certainly happy to see this resurgence. Fellow TE Isaiah Likely is the only other Ravens' pass-catcher who recorded multiple receptions, hauling 3 of 5 targets for 13 yards and 1 TD. Week 17 is a reminder that despite a shoulder injury and QB Lamar Jackson missing time this season, Andrews remains a top-flight fantasy asset.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews led the team in targets (5), receptions (3) and receiving yards (45) in Sunday's win over the Falcons. But he didn't have much chance to deliver truly helpful fantasy football stats. Baltimore attempted just 17 passes for the game. QB Tyler Huntley completed 9 of those for 115 yards and 1 TD. We'll see whether QB Lamar Jackson can make it back for a Week 17 home date with the Steelers.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport confirms that Ravens QB Tyler Huntley (right shoulder) will start today's game vs. the Falcons. He's listed as questionable but "was able to make all his throws on Thursday," per Rapoport. We're not expecting the shoulder to be an issue today.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews drew a team-high 7 targets in Saturday's loss to the Browns, 23.3% of the team's total pass attempts. But he caught just 3 of them for 31 yards. Backup QB Tyler Huntley struggled against a lackluster Cleveland defense. We'll see whether QB Lamar Jackson can make it back for a Week 16 home date with Atlanta.

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (knee) remained sidelined on Wednesday, but QB Tyler Huntley (concussion) was listed as a full participant. So it looks like Huntley is on track to be cleared for Saturday's game vs. the Browns. He's a downgrade from Jackson -- but an upgrade from 3rd-stringer Anthony Brown. Huntley's presence would be especially good news for TE Mark Andrews.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews managed just 2 receptions for 17 yards in Sunday's win over the Steelers. He tied WR Demarcus Robinson for the team lead with 6 targets on a day that saw Baltimore attempt only 17 throws. The Ravens appear likely to be down to their 3rd QB, Anthony Brown, for next Sunday's game at Cleveland. That's bound to hurt Andrews' upside.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews managed just 4 catches for 53 yards on 7 targets in Sunday's win over the Broncos. He finished 2nd on the team in targets and led the group in yards in a game that saw QB Lamar Jackson leave early with a knee injury. WR Demarcus Robinson led in targets (8) and receptions (7), compiling 41 yards. WR Devin Duvernay caught all 6 of his looks for 34 yards. TE Isaiah Likely was the only other Raven to catch more than 2 balls (4-30 on 4 targets).

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson ran for 89 yards Sunday against the Jaguars to power a quality fantasy outing. He rushed a season-high 14 times and narrowly missed a 4th-quarter TD when tackled just short of the goal line. (RB Gus Edwards scored 2 plays later.) Jackson completed just half of his 32 pass attempts but tallied 254 yards, his 2nd largest total of the season. A 62-yard connection with WR DeSean Jackson helped, as did a 40-yarder to TE Josh Oliver. The latter led the team with 76 yards on 4 receptions, matching TE Mark Andrews for the team catch lead. Jackson caught 2 of 3 targets for 74 yards. WRs Devin Duvernay and Demarcus Robinson combined for just 4 receptions and 40 yards. Baltimore gets a tougher Denver pass defense in Week 13.

Ravens TE Isaiah Likely has been downgraded to out for Sunday's game vs. the Jaguars. He suffered an ankle injury in Friday's practice. Likely's absence probably just pushes an extra target or 2 Mark Andrews' way.

Ravens WR Demarcus Robinson caught all 9 of his targets for 128 yards to own the passing game in Sunday's 13-3 win over the Panthers. He accounted for 37.5% of QB Lamar Jackson's completions for the game and 61.2% of the passing yards. TE Mark Andrews (6-63 on 8 targets) was the only other Raven to reach double digits in receiving yards. WR Devin Duvernay caught his only target for 3 yards. It's the 2nd time in 3 games that Robinson has reached 8 targets and 6 receptions. Combine that with a schedule that finds Baltimore playing the Steelers, Browns, Falcons and then Steelers again to close out most fantasy football seasons, and Robinson will be worth adding off waivers in many leagues this week.

11:32am EST 11/20/22

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (shoulder, knee) is active for today’s game vs. the Panthers. He practiced all week, including a full workout on Friday, so we’re expecting Andrews to play his usual role in this one.

The Ravens expect TE Mark Andrews (knee, shoulder) to play today against the Panthers, NFL Network reports. An active Andrews belongs in nearly all fantasy football lineups. His return makes Isaiah Likely a bench guy.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (shoulder, knee) is listed as questionable for this weekend’s game vs. the Panthers. He practiced all week, including a full workout on Friday. HC John Harbaugh said Friday that Andrews’ status won’t be known until Sunday, but he sure seems to be trending toward playing. We’ll get Baltimore’s inactives around 11:30 am ET.

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