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Baltimore Ravens

Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium | Coach: John Harbaugh
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense7th131.4 (7th)255.7 (9th)
Defense16th87.4 (7th)258.4 (23rd)

Last Game

Sun, October 19
M&T Bank Stadium
Atlanta Falcons
Baltimore Ravens

Game Leaders

Passing: M. Ryan (29-44, 228)
Rushing: S. Jackson (8-22)
Receiving: R. White (9-100)

Passing: J. Flacco (16-25, 258)
Rushing: J. Forsett (23-95)
Receiving: T. Smith (3-81)


Sun Sep 7
L 23 - 16CIN
Thu Sep 11
W 26 - 6PIT
Sun Sep 21
W 23 - 21at CLE
Sun Sep 28
W 38 - 10CAR
Sun Oct 5
L 20 - 13at IND
Sun Oct 12
W 48 - 17at TB
Sun Oct 19
W 29 - 7ATL
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 26
on CBS Sportsat CIN
8:30 pm EST
Sun Nov 2
at PIT
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 9
8:30 pm EST
Mon Nov 24
at NO
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 30
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 7
at MIA
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 14
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 21
at HOU
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 28


Fantasy Analysis | 1413929275
Hitting the wire for tight ends
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

With how up-and-down many tight ends have been this season, identifying the right ones on waivers can be a key. In his Week 8 waiver-wire column, Jamey Eisenberg tries to pin down the best ones for you to target this week.

Ravens tight end Owen Daniels, coming off a six-catch performance with a touchdown in Week 7, is the top pick for the 41 percent of CBSSports.com leagues in which he is available. A big reason why is a matchup against the Bengals, who have allowed four double-digit Fantasy scoring games by tight ends this season.

The remainder of the top five for the week is rounded out by Coby Fleener of the Colts (44 percent owned), Charles Clay of the Dolphins (34 percent), Jared Cook of the Rams (47 percent) and Kyle Rudolph of the Vikings (32 percent), who makes more sense as a stash option if you can afford the roster space. 

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Report: Ray Rice's appeal to be held Nov. 5-6
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

The appeal hearing for former Ravens running back Ray Rice will be held Nov. 5-6, reports NFL Network. Rice is appealing his indefinite suspension from the league for a domestic violence incident in February.

Former U.S. District Court Judge Barbara S. Jones will hear and decide the appeal.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1413839797
Owen Daniels' targets on the rise
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Owen Daniels' touchdown Week 7 against Atlanta was his first since his two-touchdown performance against Pittsburgh in Week 2. Of course, back then, he was still playing second fiddle to Dennis Pitta. Now, he's the Ravens' top option at tight end.

So where have the touchdowns been? Well, quarterback Joe Flacco hasn't been especially consistent about getting Daniels the ball, but hopefully that's beginning to change. In addition to the touchdown in Week 7, Daniels also led the Ravens in targets with nine only two weeks after having seven at Indianapolis. He went for a season-high 70 yards in that game.

With what Pitta has done over the last few years, the Ravens clearly know how to make use of a tight end, and Daniels showed he could make an impact in the passing game during his time with Houston. If you find yourself lacking at tight end, a position that can thin out quickly in leagues of 12 teams or more, Daniels might be an undervalued option.

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Ravens place LS Morgan Cox on season-ending IR
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

The Ravens have placed long snapper Morgan Cox on the injured reserve list with a torn ACL, which he suffered Week 7 against Atlanta. The team signed former 49ers long snapper Kevin McDermott to replace Cox on the active roster.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1413831332
Torrey Smith going to be hit or miss
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Even though he has four touchdowns in his last four games, I'm still reluctant to say Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith is "back." For starters, his touchdown Week 7 against Atlanta came with the Ravens already up by multiple scores and seemingly content with running out the clock late in the fourth quarter before deciding to chuck it 39 yards to the end zone on fourth down. Clearly, the element of surprise was at work there.

Smith was targeted on a couple other deep throws but couldn't haul them in, with one of them even resulting in an interception. It's like Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, who's in his first year with the team, doesn't know how else to use a player who had been the team's top wide receiver before he came along. Unfortunately, deep balls aren't exactly high-percentage plays.

Or high-volume plays. For the second straight game, Smith got only five targets after getting only three in two of the Ravens' other four games. He'll get the call on the occasional short route, but so many more of those go to Steve Smith, who's also capable of stretching the field.

Let's see a little more from Torrey Smith in terms of targets and actual catches before activating him in Fantasy.

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