4. Keep riding Odell Beckham's hot hand (and fade Rashod Bateman)
The Ravens offense has been quite spread in terms of who eats each week. Other than Mark Andrews (59 targets) and rookie wide receiver Zay Flowers (68), all other players in Baltmiore's offensive unit have gotten a fair and balanced share of touches and opportunities.
Odell Beckham has 35 targets through Week 10, Bateman has 29, and Nelson Agholor has 25. The difference, however, can be easily spotted in the production of those three receivers.
Beckham has hauled in 20 passes for 258 yards and most importantly two touchdowns in just eight games, those two scores coming on back-to-back weeks last Sunday and the week prior.
Bateman, on the other hand, has 19 receptions for 205 yards and no scores, and he's been outperformed by Agholor's 18 receptions for 224 yards and two touchdowns.
While Bateman hasn't been bad on his limited opportunities (just this past Sunday he grabbed a pass for 18 yards), he's been far from great while OBJ has steadily improved as he's grown more accustomed to the offense and regained some of the rhythm he might have lost following his year-and-change out of the field recovering from the 2021 ACL tear.
Even then, Bateman got more snaps than Beckham for the nth time on Sunday and that shouldn't be the case considering the threat OBJ has become for opposing defenses of late.
The Ravens should keep riding the hot hand of Beckham until the wheels fall off, and only then give Bateman more looks than OBJ gets.