WR Byron Pringle - Kansas City Chiefs
|6-2, 205||Born: 11-17-1993||College: Kansas State||Drafted: ---|
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Week 14: vs Baltimore Ravens
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FBG says: Tough matchup. In his first season as a starter, Patrick Mahomes II is on pace to tie the NFL record of 55 passing touchdowns in a season set by Peyton Manning. Over his last seven games, he is averaging 4.0 passing touchdowns per game. Even without Sammy Watkins last week, the Chiefs were able to move the ball seemingly at will in this game. Mahomes' ability to keep plays alive and make accurate throws on the move is uncanny which allows the speed of the Chiefs to get open as opponents secondary can only cover for so long. Travis Kelce has been the go-to target the last two games, catching 22-of-28 targets. Alongside Kelce, Tyreek Hill had a quiet Week 13, but he narrowly missed hauling in a pair of long touchdowns and had a few critical drops which should correct itself. Sammy Watkins is questionable with a foot injury that has kept him sidelined since Week 11. In his absence, Chris Conley has been the third target that has been utilized frequently over the last two weeks with 15 targets in those games.
This is a game that is matching strength against strength as the Ravens have given up the third-fewest fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks this season, allowing the second-fewest passing yards and third-fewest passing touchdowns. Over the past seven games, the Ravens have allowed just 10 passing touchdowns total. Last week, Matt Ryan had thrown for at least 272 yards in every game before Baltimore held him to 131 passing yards. Simply put this is one of if not the best secondaries in football led by Pro Bowl safety Eric Weddle, and second year corner Marlon Humphrey who is playing at a high level. If there is one weakness on this defense, it has been Jimmy Smith who just does not look like his former self after tearing his Achilles last season and who was suspended for the first four games. Only one quarterback all season has thrown for more than 275 yards against the Ravens defense. Baltimore is tough across the board but has been especially stingy against opposing running backs (fewest fantasy points allowed) and wide receivers (second-fewest fantasy points allowed).
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