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Fantasy Week 10: Ravens Sit/Start

Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports

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Joe Flacco

This should be another advantageous matchup for Joe Flacco, rested off a bye and coming off a 4 game stretch where he is averaging 280 yards per game with 5 passing touchdowns, 3 interceptions, and 3 rushing touchdowns. The Jacksonville defense is nothing too scary, and the offense will be passing alot. Expect a good week from Joe despite the absence of Steve Smith Projected production: 305 yds passing,  2 touchdowns, 1 rushing TD.

Justin Forsett

Forsett should have an easy time with this defense, as it is top 10 for running backs facing it. Forsett has been a disappointment overall this season, but expect a big week out of him. Projected production: 120 yds rushing, 1 rushing TD.

Justin Tucker

The stud kicker is a must start every week, especially this week with a defense which is not particularly good in any area. Projected production: 3 FGs, 3 XP

Chris Givens

Ravens fans are expecting Givens to break out this week against a mediocre Jaguars secondary. The speedy wide receiver who was acquired from the Rams has shown flashes of deep ability and good hands in his limited targets. Expect him to be targeted early and often by the strong armed Flacco. Projected Production: 95 yards, 1 touchdown.


Baltimore Defense

Jacksonville has a high powered passing offense led by by Blake Bortles, so it does not provide a good matchup for the Ravens secondary. The Ravens have to hope to slow down the Jags receiver tandem, as well as rookie running back T.J. Yeldon. I think they will have luck with Yeldon, but the Allen's at wide receiver will have solid days. Projected production: 2 sacks, 1FF, 33 points allowed.

Crockett Gillmore

Crockett is still looking banged up, playing through a shoulder injury this season. With his best week back in week 2, and with the Jaguars middle of the pack in defending  tight ends, I see a decent day from Gillmore, but not enough to make him starting material Projected production: 55 yards.

Deeper Leagues

Kamar Aiken

Aiken will take over the Steve Smith role in the offense, and he has performed well in that role when Smith has been absent. He is a solid possession receiver, and Flacco has been playing well, so expect a decent week from him. Projected production: 90 yards.