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Ultimate Top 200 Fantasy Players. . . . . Updated 09/04/2010


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8/08/2009

Baltimore Ravens Fantasy Players

Quarterback - Joe Flacco - (Position Rank - 15)
(Passing) 3,200 Yards, 16 TD, 13 IT, 30 Sacks
(Rushing) 160 Yards, 2 TD, 2 Fumbles
The running game in Baltimore is good but not great and Flacco does not have a real good group of receivers to throw the ball to.

Running Back - Willis McGahee - (Position Rank - 28)
Running Back - Ray Rice --------- (Position Rank - 44)
(Rushing) N/A
(Receiving) N/A
Baltimores running game has questions. Who will get the most carries? Will there be a main running back or will it be by committee? Ray Rice is moving up the boards because of his youth and talent while McGahee is dropping because of his age and health concerns. Neither is a running back I would suggest taking until later. Keep an eye on the preseason to see who is worth drafting.

Wide Receiver - Derrick Mason - (Position Rank - 27)
(Receiving) 80 Catches, 1,050 Yards, 5 Touchdowns, 1 Fumble
First he was retirning and then he wants to play. If that is all you saw you might think I was describing Brett Favre. Aged and considering retirement aside, Mason is still Baltimores best receiver.

Wide Receiver - Mark Clayton - (Position Rank - 45)
(Receiving) 55 Catches, 800 Yards, 5 Touchdowns, 0 Fumble
Not a number one receiver but as a second receiver on your team he is not bad.

Tight End - Todd Heap - (Position Rank - 22)
(Receiving) 35 Catches, 400 Yards, 3 Touchdowns, 0 Fumble
Unless your league forces you to use two tight ends, Heap is no longer worth drafting.

Defense - (Position Rank - 4)
Every year Baltimore seems to have a good defense and this season will be no exception.

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