Lightning Round Fantasy Thoughts
Sammy Watkins may lead the Ravens in receiving this week. As long as the Chiefs win, I think we would all feel a little warmth for the Sammy Watkins revenge game
Ty’Son Williams is for real. I am sure that the Ravens will probably try to mess it up this year and force the ball to Latavius Murray too much to “pound the rock.” That will be a mistake. Williams has juice and could break a few long plays against Kansas City.
Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill are also starts in this offense, but I do expect Clyde Edwards-Helaire to have a good week against the Ravens. He is going to bounce back in a big way, so breathe if he is in your lineup. Better days are ahead.
Lamar Jackson is probably an auto-start in all leagues because of his rushing ability, but in his career against Kansas City, Jackson is averaging under 18 points a game. Historically, the Chiefs force the Ravens to pass and limit Jackson. That could be true here as well. Don’t bench Lamar, just keep that in mind.
Mark Andrews is criminally underrated. In a better passing attack, he would be even more of a household name. Expect the passing game to be funneled through him this weekend. He is the Ravens most important offensive piece outside of Lamar.