Win. Your. League.

Receive 3 Free Downloads More Details

RB Javorius Allen - Baltimore Ravens

6-0, 221Born: 8-27-1991College: USCDrafted: Round 4, pick 2015

Main      Career stats      Game Logs      Game Recaps      Split Stats      Play-by-play      Latest News

Photo: Mitch Stringer, US Presswire

Traditional view      FanDuel view      DraftKings view     

Preseason player page

Week 6: at Tennessee Titans

All RB vs TEN

FBG says: Good matchup. The Ravens rushing offense has been one of the least efficient groups in football, averaging just 3.4 yards per attempt and four fumbles despite finding the end zone six times. Their longest rush of the season came last week when Alex Collins took his first carry of the game for 19 yards, making this the only offense without a rush of 20 or more yards thru Week 5. Collins saw a season-low 31 percent of snaps as Javorious Allen received more playing time for the third time this season. Despite the extra snaps, Allen has not impressed on the ground with fewer than 100 rushing yards through five games. Collins has not looked much better as he still has yet to top 70 rushing yards in a game despite double-digit rushes in his last three outings. With Allen continuing to get goal-line carries, it is tough to be optimistic about the outlook for Collins. The Ravens offensive line is a talented unit led by right guard Marshal Yanda, but after last week it looks like they need improved play from both center Matt Skura and tackle James Hurst to get back on track. The Titans gave up big yardage totals on the ground again last week, marking the fourth time opposing running backs have amassed over 100 rushing yards against them this season. While this group has yet to allow a rushing touchdown, running backs are still finding plenty of room to run with an average of 102 rushing yards per game and nearly 4.4 yards per carry against the Titans. Their bright spot continues to be Jurrell Casey, as even constant double teams can't stop him. Safety Kevin Byard has been excellent coming in against the run as well. But the rest of the Titans' defensive line leaves much to be desired, while injuries to both Kenny Vaccaro and Wesley Woodyard are not helping. The outlook for Woodyard does not look positive for this week, and with the rookie Rashaan Evans still struggling in run defense, this unit could be in for a challenge against an above average Ravens offensive line.

Recent Stats and Projections

WEEKOPPoSNAPRSHYDTDTARGRECYDTDFumLPts
2 at CIN 42 6 8 1 7 5 36 0 0 10.4
3 vs DEN 39 6 7 1 4 3 19 1 0 14.6
4 at PIT 34 10 30 0 2 2 17 0 0 4.7
5 at CLE 50 8 34 0 8 6 44 0 1 6.8
6 at TEN 0 1 1 0 3 3 18 0 0 1.9
6 at TEN PROJ-Dodds * 8 * * 4 * * * *
6 at TEN PROJ-Tremblay * 8 * * 4 * * * *
6 at TEN PROJ-Bloom * 9 * * 4 * * * *

Weekly Performance vs RB 1, RB 12, RB 24, RB 36

Percentile ranks

Javorius Allen's percentile rank in each category, among RB with more than 50 fantasy points.

Recent Game Summaries

2018 Week 5 vs CLE (8 / 34 / 0 rush, 8 / 6 / 44 / 0 rec)

Buck Allen dominated the work in the passing game and around the goal line. Allen looked less than impressive in this game losing a fumble and going to the ground on first contact on the majority of his touches. Allen made a catch on a check down underneath, was wrapped up, and stripped. It was Allen's first fumble of the season compared to the 3 lost fumbles by Alex Collins. Allen gained the edge on his first carry following the fumble and picked up 17 yards. Allen made catches of 7 and 16 yards on the Ravens' final possession in regulation. Allen showed strength and determination refusing to go down on first contact.

2018 Week 4 vs PIT (10 / 30 / 0 rush, 2 / 2 / 17 / 0 rec)

Buck Allen made a 15 yard catch on a dump off from Flacco while the Ravens ran their two minute offense. Allen had an 11 yard carry that looked like a rugby scrum to help the Ravens run clock in their 4 minute offense. Allen continues to play large role behind Alex Collins. Allen was praised by John Harbaugh for his high level of play and pass blocking so expect the committee approach to continue.

2018 Week 3 vs DEN (6 / 7 / 1 rush, 4 / 3 / 19 / 1 rec)

Buck Allen received his first touch 5 minutes into the second quarter after making a 3 yard catch on 3rd and 1. Allen made another catch in the flat on 3rd and short and beat Von Miller to the edge for a diving 12 yard touchdown. Allen dropped a check down over the middle. Allen received 2 carries from inside the five yard line and scored a 1 yard touchdown on the second. Allen continues to score touchdowns at a greater rate than he should.

2018 Week 2 vs CIN (6 / 8 / 1 rush, 7 / 5 / 36 / 0 rec)

Buck Allen played a large role against the Bengals. Alex Collins is a flashier player with more ability but the Ravens coaching staff seems to trust Allen more than Collins especially after two week 1 fumbles by Collins. Allen saw a carry from the 1 yard line in place of Alex Collins and scored for the second consecutive week. Allen ran a slant route from the slot and picked up 18 yards. Allen made a number of catches as the Ravens tried to mount their comeback and after the game was out of hand.

2018 Week 1 vs BUF (4 / 17 / 1 rush, 6 / 5 / 15 / 0 rec)

Buck Allen caught a nice back shoulder throw from Flacco on 3rd and 6 for 11 yards. Allen scored a touchdown from one yard out lined up as a fullback with Alex Collins also in the backfield.

More

Latest News

Ravens | Javorius Allen totals 14 touches (Sun Oct 7, 05:05 PM) - Baltimore Ravens RB Javorius Allen rushed eight times for 34 yards in Week 5 against the Cleveland Browns and he added six receptions for 44 yards on eight targets.

Our View: Allen has established a high weekly PPR floor with his heavy involvement in the passing game and at the goal line. He's a solid flex against the Titans next week.
link to story   

Baltimore Ravens Team Links

Depth Chart      Season Stats      Targets      Red Zone      Game Logs

Footballguys Articles

12 Players on the Rise after the NFL Draft - Footballguys
  Phil Alexander - May 4
AFC North Backfield Study - Footballguys
  Sigmund Bloom - May 24
Alex Collins a Risky Bet - Footballguys
  Dan Hindery - June 26
Value Plays: Running Backs - Footballguys
  FBG Staff - June 20
10 Sleeper PPR RBs for 2018 - Footballguys
  Matt Waldman - June 14
How to Attack Your Large-League Non-PPR Draft - Footballguys
  Jeff Tefertiller - June 16
2018 NFL Draft Landing Spots: Running Backs
  Chad Parsons - April 15
2018 Rookie Roundtable: April
  Chad Parsons - April 11
Pre-Draft Sell High Running Backs
  Sigmund Bloom - February 20
What We Learned in 2017: Running Back
  Sigmund Bloom - February 7

Articles from around the web

even sleeper fantasy football backfields to watch
  Alex Gelhar - May 23
Joe Mixon among 2018 fantasy football breakout stars
  Michael Fabiano - June 4
20 fantasy predictions with huge fallouts (if wrong)
  Michael Fabiano - June 5
Preseason Preview: Running Backs
  David Dorey - June 12
Available Target Analysis: AFC
  Jody Smith - June 29
Backfield Tiers: Usage Analysis
  Will Weiler - July 1
RB Roundup: Analyzing the Committees
  Jay Devineni - July 2
Which Running Backs Will Score Fewer Touchdowns in 2018?
  Brandon Gdula - July 6
Running Back Roundup: Preseason Edition
  Andrew Seifter - August 28
12 deep sleepers who offer significant upside
  Tristan H. Cockroft - August 20

Schedule

6@ Tennessee Titans
7vs New Orleans Saints
8@ Carolina Panthers
9vs Pittsburgh Steelers
10--- BYE WEEK ---
11vs Cincinnati Bengals
12vs Oakland Raiders
13@ Atlanta Falcons
14@ Kansas City Chiefs
15vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers
16@ Los Angeles Chargers
17vs Cleveland Browns