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2024 Fantasy Football Rankings: Derrick Henry, Zay Flowers, Mark Andrews, Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens!


2024 Fantasy Football Rankings: What to Expect from Derrick Henry, Zay Flowers, Mark Andrews, Lamar Jackson, Rashod Bateman and the Baltimore Ravens!


Key Losses:

RB Gus Edwards

RB JK Dobbins

WR Odell Beckham


Key Adds:

RB Derrick Henry

RB Rasheen Ali

WR Devontez Walker


📈 Risers:

WR Rashod Bateman


📉 Fallers:

N/A


Betting odds as of 6/5/2024:

💰 Over/Under 11 wins (-115 over, -115 under)

💰 -325 to make the playoffs

💰 BEST odds of winning the AFC North (+125)

💰 2nd best odds of winning the AFC (+575)

💰 3rd best odds of winning the Super Bowl (+1100)


Fantasy Football:


The Baltimore Ravens are entering year 17 of the John Harbaugh era. One that’s been highly successful, winning 62% of their games and making the playoffs in 11 of 17 seasons with a Super Bowl victory back in 2012.


More importantly for fantasy football purposes, the Ravens are entering year 2 in Offensive Coordinator Todd Monken’s system. A system that was one of the best in the league last year, finishing 4th in scoring and 6th in offensive yards.


With mobile threat Lamar Jackson under center, the Ravens were understandably ELITE on the ground, leading the league in rushing attempts & rushing yards, and finishing 4th in rushing TDs.


Of course, their rushing volume came at the expense of their passing volume, where they finished 30th in passing attempts and 21st in passing yards.


That said, despite the bottom-three volume in the passing game, Jackson’s Ravens were above average in passing TDs, finishing 12th in the league.


All of that team success showed up at the individual level as well, where:


🔥 Lamar Jackson set new career highs in passing attempts (457), completions (307), completion percentage (67.2%) and passing yards (3678). He added 24 passing TDs and, of course, 821 rushing yards and 5 rushing TDs to average 20.7 fantasy points per game and finish as fantasy’s QB 4, taking home his 2nd MVP award in the process.


🏈 Gus Edwards set career highs in touches (210), targets (13), catches (12), scrimmage yards (990) and touchdowns (13). His 11 PPR points per game was good enough for an RB 25 finish on the season, the best of his 5 year career.


🏈 Zay Flowers got off to a nice start to his career, catching 77 of 108 targets for 858 yards and 5 TDs to average 12.9 PPR points per game and finish as fantasy’s WR 31 on the season.


🏈 Mark Andrews’ season was shortened to 10 games because of injury, but his 13.5 PPR points per game WOULD have made him fantasy’s TE 3 on the year had he played in 17 games.


Heading into 2024, all of the Ravens’ key pieces are back, and Baltimore looks scarier than ever after upgrading their running back room to include Derrick Henry, a guy with THREE seasons over 1500 rushing yards.


Expect another top 5 offense and possibly THE top rushing attack from Baltimore in 2024, albeit with subpar volume in the passing game.


As for their individual players, check out episode 22 of Inside the 20 (video above) to learn whether or not BBFF recommends you smash or pass on Derrick Henry, Zay Flowers and Mark Andrews.


BUT...


Where should Derrick Henry, Zay Flowers, Mark Andrews, Lamar Jackson, Rashod Bateman, Keaton Mitchell, Rasheen Ali, Justice Hill, Devontez Walker, Nelson Agholor and Isaiah Likely land in 2024 fantasy football rankings?


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