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After a 47-point outing in the season opener Youth Maurice Canady Jersey , the Ravens offense missed the mark in Week 2. Joe Flacco and company could not get much going, especially in the first half. The offensive line struggled in both run and pass blocking. Like Cincinnati, the Denver Broncos will also present a challenge. Led by Von Miller and Bradley Chubb, the Broncos field a stout defensive front and talented pass-rush. They’re not short on offensive weapons, either. Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas will test the Ravens secondary, which was just shredded by A.J. Green and Tyler Boyd. UObrazekndrafted rookie Phillip Lindsay has emerged as a playmaker out of the backfield. Week 3 could prove to be a crucial matchup as the Ravens look to keep pace in the AFC North. How will the team respond? Offensive Stat Predictions: Joe Flacco - 24/39, 61.5% comp, 265 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT Flacco is looking to get back on track after a poor showing against the Bengals. For most of the night, he was inaccurate and shaky. Many expected Flacco to build upon his near-perfect performance in Week 1, and it was discouraging to see him struggle. The Broncos are not exactly a friendly matchup. Von Miller and Bradley Chubb should make things difficult on Flacco,. How he responds to pressure could ultimately determine the outcome of the game. Look for Flacco to put up a decent, but not spectacular stat line. It will be interesting to see if Flacco can throw for multiple touchdowns for a third consecutive game, a feat he has not accomplished since 2016. Alex Collins - 13 rushes, 53 yards, 4.07 YPA / 2 receptions, 16 yards Collins missed practice on Wednesday due to illness http://www.ravensauthorizedshops.com/authentic-mark-andrews-jersey , but he should be ready to roll come Sunday. Collins has just 48 rushing yards and an average of 3.0 YPC through two games this season. These numbers are poor, but they do not tell the whole story. Game flow has not worked in his favor. Against the Bills, the game was decided early. In Week 2, the Ravens largely abandoned the run game after falling behind early. Collins tends to play better with more carries, and he has only 16 this season. The Ravens undoubtedly would like to establish the running game, and the matchup against Denver figures to be competitive. Therefore, Collins should have a more successful showing in Week 3. Javorius Allen - 6 rushes, 20 yards, 3.3 YPA / 4 receptions, 30 yards Collins’ struggles can also be somewhat attributed to the presence of Buck Allen. Allen has surprisingly seen roughly half of the snaps out of the backfield this season and is receiving a lot of goal line oppurtinites. Other than scoring two touchdowns, Allen hasn’t made much of an impact as a rusher. However, Allen leads all Ravens with 10 catches through two games and ranks fourth in targets. Flacco will likely be under pressure often on Sunday and will have to get the ball out quickly, setting up Buck for another productive pass-catching day out of the backfield. Michael Crabtree - 4 catches, 58 yards, 14.5 YPC, 1 TDAlthough he has not made many big plays downfield, Crabtree has been a steady presence on offense this season. He has been targeted 16 times, which leads all Ravens James Hurst Jersey , and has eight receptions. 94 yards through two games is nothing to write home about, but that total would be higher if not for a few dropped passes. The Broncos primary outside corner, Bradley Roby, stands at just 5’11. Crabtree should be able to use his size advantage to catch a touchdown and continue to make plays on intermediate routes. John Brown - 4 catches, 68 yards, 17.0 YPC, 1 TD Brown has gotten off to fast start this season, leading the team with 136 receiving yards. He has made several impressive plays, including a contested touchdown reception in the fourth quarter against the Bengals. It was his second touchdown catch of the season, which also leads all receivers. He could have three, but he dropped an end zone pass that was thrown slightly behind him in Week 2. Flacco has looked John Brown’s way often through two weeks, and he as delivered. Another productive outing should be in store against the Broncos in Week 3. Willie Snead IV - 3 catches, 32 yards, 10.6 YPC Snead quietly ranks second on the team in both catches and receiving yards this season. Operating out of the slot, Snead has been effective creating yards after the catch.The Broncos, however, have arguably the best slot cornerback in the league in Chris Harris Jr. Harris will prove to be a tough matchup for Snead, and it is difficult to envision a scenario in which Willie gets the best of him. He should remain involved Authentic Marlon Humphrey Jersey , but with a tough matchup, Snead will be largely kept in check. Mark Andrews - 3 catches, 30 yards, 10.0 YPC Andrews caught his first career touchdown last week, and has six catches on the season. He should be able to make some plays in the middle of the field against a Broncos defense that struggles to defend opposing tight ends. Nick Boyle, Maxx Williams - 4 catches, 31 yards (combined) The Ravens have utilized all three tight ends in the passing game this season. Boyle and Williams should be involved, albeit to a lesser extent than Andrews. Defensive Stat Predictions:Tackles - Kenny Young (9) Young will step into a starting spot with C.J. Mosley out. He stepped up in that role last week, ranking second on the team with eight tackles. The Ravens will need him to be productive to slow down Phillip Lindsay and Royce Freeman. Sacks - Terrell Suggs (1), Tim Williams (1)The Ravens failed to record a sack against the Bengals and the pass-rush as a whole was largely ineffective. Terrell Suggs and company will be motivated to flip the script on Sunday. Denver’s offensive line isn’t great, and the Ravens should be able to find some success pressuring Case Keenum. Interceptions - Marlon Humphrey (1) Case Keenum has already thrown four picks this season, tied with Matthew Stafford for most in the league. Baltimore should be able to force him into at least one mistake. Look for Marlon Humphrey to make a big play and record his first interception of the season.Ravens 53-man roster prediction After a 27-10 win over Miami in Week three of the preseason, Baltimore’s final roster is starting gain some clarity. Certain players have answered the bell while others have failed to step up. Injuries have begun to shape the roster as well. Quarterbacks (2)Joe FlaccoLamar JacksonFlacco is the clear-cut starter for now. Jackson has shown improvement throughout the preseason and is capable of backing up Flacco in his rookie year. Despite having a strong preseason, Robert Griffin III doesn’t make the cut. Josh Woodrum will spend another year on the Ravens’ practice squad.Running backs (3)Alex CollinsJavorius AllenKenneth DixonCollins and Allen are both locks to make the roster. Dixon is in danger of losing his spot to one of the undrafted running backs such as Gus Edwards, but his upside is too high to give up on just yet. Dixon has also looked powerful since returning to the field this preseason, both as a runner and a receiver from the backfield. Fullback (1)Patrick RicardRicard will see the field as both a fullback and a defensive tackle for Baltimore this season. He has looked very good at both positions.Wide Receivers (6)Michael CrabtreeJohn BrownWillie Snead IVChris MooreJanarion GrantJordan LasleyThe first four receivers are locks to make the team. Grant currently has the edge in the returner battle over Tim White. Baltimore will opt to go with rookie Jordan Lasley over fourth-year receiver Breshad Perriman. Jaleel Scott has shown virtually nothing this preseason, so he will either land on injured reserve, the practice squad Youth Lamar Jackson Jersey , or get outright cut. Tight ends (4)Nick BoyleHayden HurstMark AndrewsMaxx WilliamsBoyle is the best blocking tight end on the roster. With Hurst expected to miss several weeks with after having surgery for a stress fracture in his foot, Williams will make the team. Williams will be needed as a second blocker while Hurst is absent since Andrews doesn’t provide much in that department. Neither Vince Mayle or Darren Waller make the cut, but Waller will be stashed on the practice squad.Offensive line (9)Ronnie StanleyMarshal YandaMatt SkuraAlex LewisOrlando Brown Jr. James HurstNico SiragusaBradley BozemanGreg SenatJermaine Eluemunor fails to make the cut after a poor preseason. Siragusa and Bozeman are kept for interior depth, while Hurst and Senat can provide depth at tackle. If Senat’s injury is serious, then he may spend the year on injured reserve instead, with Andrew Donnal taking the ninth spot and providing tackle depth.Defensive line (6)Brandon WilliamsMichael PierceBrent UrbanWillie HenryChris WormleyZach SielerBronson Kaufusi and Carl Davis both fail to make the team. The defensive line is deep for the Ravens, especially after the emergence of 7th-round rookie Zach Sieler and second-year player Pat Ricard, who is listed at fullback. Ricard’s role on defense should be greatly expanded this season, pushing Davis and Kaufusi off the depth chart. Either of the two could be used as trade bait, however.Outside linebackers (6)Terrell SuggsMatt JudonZa’Darius SmithTim WilliamsTyus BowserKamalei CorreaNothing surprising here. Correa makes the cut for his versatility to play both outside and inside linebacker, as well as his special teams contributions, replacing veteran Albert McClellan.Inside linebackers (3)C.J. MosleyPatrick OnwuasorKenny YoungAlbert McClellan fails to make the team after a bad preseason showing. Correa will also be used as depth here.Cornerbacks (6)Marlon HumphreyBrandon CarrTavon YoungAnthony AverettMaurice CanadyStanley Jean-BaptisteJimmy Smith will serve a four-game suspension to open the season, but he will regain his roster spot on return. For now Stanley Jean-Baptiste makes the team after an impressive preseason, including consecutive games with an interception. Safeties (4)Eric WeddleTony JeffersonAnthony Levine Sr. Chuck ClarkRookie DeShon Elliot, who has impressed this preseason, will potentially miss the entire season with a fractured forearm on injured reserve.Specialist (3)Justin TuckerSam KochMorgan CoxNo surprises here. The reliable “wolf-pack” remains intact for the 2018 season.


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