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|What do you get when you have two tight ends fighting for scraps on a low volume passing offense? You get little in the way of fantasy value. Even at such a volatile, shallow fantasy position like tight end, neither Edwards nor Hayden Hurst are worth much of a look. Edwards had an impressive rookie line of 34-552-3, and did have most of his best statistical games when Jackson was inserted into the lineup, but he saw more than 5 targets only two times all season and this is with Hurst missing 7 games due to injury. With both guys healthy again, I just can't see there being enough opportunities to go around to make them fantasy relevant as more than a TE2.
| Marquise Brown expected to play|
Ravens WR missed practice Friday
By: Mike Krueger | Fri Nov 1, 1:03 pm
|Harbaugh said he expects Marquise Brown to play Sunday. Also said Jimmy Smith will play. (Jeff Zrebiec on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Brown is coming off an ankle injury and actually missed practice Friday but is expected to play. He's missed Friday practices in the past but ended up playing on Sunday. His return will be a welcome addition to the Ravens passing game which has been non-existent outside of TE Mark Andrews.
| Marquise Brown misses practice Friday|
Brown headed for Inactive list
By: Mike Krueger | Fri Oct 18, 11:30 am
|Not sure what Marquise Brown and Patrick Onwuasor will be listed at on final injury report tonight, but they haven't been on field since Oct. 6. Harbaugh said if they don't practice this week, they likely won't play. So Ravens probably without both again Sunday. (Jeff Zrebiec on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: This will be the second straight week Brown has missed with his ankle injury. The Ravens used a heavy dose of Lamar Jackson in the running game last week to beat the Bengals. If he does decide to pass against the Seahawks, TE Mark Andrews should be his favorite target. Miles Boykin, Willie Snead and Chris Moore will be the top three wideouts if you're interested.