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WR Quincy Adeboyejo - Baltimore Ravens

6-3, 197Born: 0-0-0000College: Ole MissDrafted: ---

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Week 3: at Jacksonville Jaguars

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FBG says: Neutral matchup. Joe Flacco looked a bit looser and more comfortable in Week 2, doubling his Week 1 attempt total and completing 74% of them. He's still not pushing the ball downfield, though; through 2 games he's sent just 4 passes more than 15 yards beyond the line. As a result, the Ravens' only passing "attack" has come on sanitized short passes to Jeremy Maclin and the tight ends, and in the flats to the running backs. Maclin has scored twice, but his production has suffered mightily (6 catches, 87 yards), and Mike Wallace (2 for 15) has been invisible with a still-getting-there quarterback. The Ravens led the NFL in attempts from 2015-16, and as Flacco works back from his offseason back woes, he'll post more productive days. But at the moment, he's doing little more than moving the sticks from underneath, and it's hard to expect any real numbers from this passing game. Ben Watson's 8-catch, 91-yard Week 2 performance was nice, but it's his absolute upside; there's little dynamism left in his legs. The Jaguars have yet to cede anything noteworthy through the air, but their apparent dominance must be taken with several grains of salt. Their Week 1 success came against the woeful Tom Savage and ultra-raw Deshaun Watson of Houston, and Marcus Mariota was able to create plays over the 2.5 quarters their Week 2 matchup was competitive. Cornerbacks Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye have been generally strong in coverage, but the Jaguars did allow a handful of chunk plays to the Titans' cabinet of receivers last Sunday. All in all, this is definitely an ascending unit, with a talented, young cornerback duo, playmaking linebackers, and seemingly the best version of Calais Campbell ever. But if Joe Flacco steps forward in his recovery and conditioning this week, he'll have opportunities to make plays down the field.

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3@ Jacksonville Jaguars
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5@ Oakland Raiders
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7@ Minnesota Vikings
8vs Miami Dolphins
9@ Tennessee Titans
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