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TE Dennis Pitta - Baltimore Ravens

6-5, 245Born: 1-1-1985College: Brigham YoungDrafted: Round 4

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Week 12: at Cleveland Browns

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Mark and Joe say: Good matchup. Baltimore lost 30-33 in OT the first time these divisional rivals met, and back then they had their lead back, Justin Forsett, top quarterback, Joe Flacco, and best wide receiver, Steve Smith Sr., all playing football. Now, none of those guys are available with Forsett (broken arm), Flacco (torn ACL and MCL) and Smith (torn Achilles' tendon) all on IR. This offense is completely different here in Week 12, friends. Matt Schaub had some great seasons in Houston back in the first decade of this century, with a 4,008 yards-passing, 22 TD effort there back in 2012, but he hasn't been under center regularly during regular season since 2013, so he has some rust to knock off his throwing arm. Schaub has thrown more interceptions (16) than touchdowns (10) the last two years and threw a pick-six in four consecutive games during his final year with Houston during 2013. We'll see what he can do with the remaining shell of the Ravens' offense. Cleveland is generally generous to opposing offenses, especially in the rushing phase of the game - they rank 26th in the NFL averaging 268.5 net passing yards allowed per game, with 21 passing scores given up vs. six interceptions and 16 sacks generated to date (tied for 22nd and all alone at 28th in the NFL, respectively). Over the past four weeks (three games), this team is ranked third-most in fantasy points allowed to opposing quarterbacks (29.7 on average); third-most in fantasy points allowed to opposing tight ends (14.2); and first in fantasy points given out to opposing wide receivers (39.3). Yikes! Even though we don't expect much from Schaub and company, this is a good matchup for him to get back under center.

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