Ravens Wide Receivers: One man’s time, another mans glory.
Steve Smith Sr.: What can we say about Steve Smith Sr.? Thirty-seven years young, he has had a notable and illustrious NFL career. Steve performed his duties admirably year in and year out. Steve, though we know this is not how you deserve to end a career, you are making the right decision, your charisma and zeal will be greatly missed.
Breshard Perriman: Lowered expectations. As the fantasy world anxiously awaited the arrival of the Ravens 2015 1st round pick, a lingering knee aliment derailed his rookie campaign, and as we enter 2016, he misses more work to begin his sophomore season. Perriman has the talent and athleticism to be an impact player, he just needs to get on the field healthy.
Projections: 30 receptions 412 yards 1TD
Mike Wallace has not yet found his niche, another talented pass-catcher, that if ever he wanted to put it all together on and off the field, this will be the place to do it. There will be opportunities in Baltimore for Wallace to either squander or to take advantage of; My advice to Wallace; Stickem on your gloves.
Projections: 72 receptions 986 yards 4 TDs
Kamar Aiken is the Ravens unheralded pass catchers, an undrafted rookie free-agent that bounced from practice squads in Chicago and New England finally catching on with Baltimore. Aiken now has 32 games under his belt in Baltimore entering his fifth season Kamar is another receiver that has found himself in a really good situation that will present opportunities to produce numbers.
Projections: 84 receptions 1029 yards 5 TDs
Chris Moore: the 5th rd selection was getting some good first team reps with Steve Smith, Perriman and Wallace on the sidelines nursing injuries. In that fleeting moment I saw deep sleeper, but Moore after three days now finds him in a walking boot along side of the others. No fantasy impact here.
Chuck Jacobs has resigned with the Ravens, add another unheralded WR that may pick up some slack with all the ailing pass-catchers the Ravens have sitting. When I start seeing names like this is when I start looking towards the…
Tight-Ends in this offense have no fantasy relevance at this point.