Baltimore Ravens: Week 3 Fantasy Football stock report

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Two weeks in gives us a solid idea of what we’re looking at for the Baltimore Ravens Fantasy Football stars. Here’s a stock update headed into week three.

Welcome back again Fantasy Football fans to the week three Fantasy Football stock report for the Baltimore Ravens. Let’s hope you listened to my starts and sits from Friday’s Fantasy Football preview. Both Mark Andrews and Hollywood Brown stayed hot and produced really nice numbers on Sunday against the Cardinals.

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Through two weeks it has been a treat to watch this Ravens offense. Gone are the days of check-down Joe Flacco and very little Fantasy Football value for Ravens players. This brand-new offense centered around quarterback Lamar Jackson is exciting and very productive. The Ravens have 1,083-yards of offense, which is the third most yards all-time through the first two weeks of the season. This offense is set-up to try an out duel arguably the best in the league this upcoming week, the Kansas City Chiefs. I’ll get into that match-up more on Friday’s preview. Let’s dive in the Fantasy Football stock report for Ravens through two weeks.

QB – Lamar Jackson

Stock: Elite QB1 status

The number one Fantasy Football quarterback through two weeks is Lamar Jackson. What else is there to say about this kid? He has been just a joy to watch these first two games. People will continue to point out the Ravens opponents for the reason for Jackson’s success. Albeit, playing against two poor defenses helps, Jackson’s improvement as a passer has been simply sensational to see.

Jackson is lightning the NFL world up, he is first in the NFL in passer rating, fifth in completion percentage, tenth in passing yards, tied for first in touchdown passes. To top it off he is 15th in rushing yards, only 14 running backs have more yards on the ground than him so far, which is insane to think after he only had six-yards a week ago.

In Fantasy Football right now there is only one quarterback that you would want over Jackson, Patrick Mahomes. That is no slight to Lamar, it’s just Mahomes is that special. Jackson has racked up 64.4 Fantasy Football points so far, averaging a whopping 32.2 per game. Like myself, I’m sure all of you that have Jackson got him fairly late in drafts. Just two weeks into the season Lamar is already the steal of draft day. Set him as your Fantasy Football quarterback for the rest of the season and watch Jackson take you to Fantasy Football glory.