#1 Ravens getting a huge lead early led them von elaine95 13.12.2019 02:25

The Bengals defense has tightened up after giving up 150 yards and 14 points on the first two Chargers possessions of Sunday’s game Womens Ryan Glasgow Jersey , but the offense wasn’t able to wipe out the entire deficit.They came pretty close, however. Jeff Driskel hit John Ross for a touchdown with 20 seconds to play in the first half and the score by the California native meant that the Chargers’ lead was down to 14-12. The Bengals tried for two to tie the game, but a Driskel pass to Giovani Bernard resulted in a loss when Chargers safety Derwin James blew up the play.The Chargers were able to use the time left to hit a pair of 11-yard passes and then an offside penalty wiped out a sack of Philip Rivers that would have ended the half. The Chargers got Mike Badgley on the field for a 59-yard field goal try and he nailed it to give the Chargers a 17-12 lead. It also gave Badgley a franchise record for longest field goal.Driskel was initially ruled to have run for a one-yard score on a previous Bengals drive, but replay showed that his knee hit the ground with the ball short of the end zone as Driskel dove for the score. In past years, the play would have been a touchdown but NFL rules changed this year to treat quarterbacks diving forward the same way they treat a slide.That left the Bengals just short, but they should have more chances as long as their defense continues to make things difficult for the Chargers.Bengals vs Ravens: Fantasy football sits and starts for Thursday Night Football in Week 2 The Bengals and Ravens will kickoff Week 2 in the NFL, which means you will have some decisions to make in fantasy football. Making a bad fantasy move on Thursday night will stick with you all weekend until that Sunday release comes and a player unexpectedly helps you out to boost your team. To help you avoid a bad start in fantasy this week, we’ve got the advice you need for the Bengals and Ravens players to sit and start in fantasy football.Must startsA.J. Green (Bengals WR): Green is known for having huge games against the Ravens. His highlight reel is littered with plays against Baltimore. He saw eight targets to Green from Andy Dalton last week, and that shouldn’t be slowing down anytime soon. There is no reason not to have Green in your lineup.Joe Mixon (Bengals RB): Mixon had 22 touches last week for 149 total yards and a touchdown. He played more than 70 percent of the snaps Hardy Nickerson Jersey , and just really impressive overall. Bengals offensive coordinator Bill Lazor did an incredible job of finding ways to get Mixon out in open space to show off his vision on elusiveness. By volume alone, he is a must start.Favorable match upsNick Boyle (Ravens TE): For those looking to stream a tight end this week after Delanie Walker was shutdown for the year, look no further. Cincinnati clearly hasn’t gotten any better at covering tight ends. Jack Doyle and Eric Ebron combined for 12 catches, 106 yards and 1 touchdown last week. Boyle may not do those kinds of numbers, but he is a great streamer option this week.Good but not greatTyler Eifert (Bengals TE): The Bengals were serious about their snap count restrictions with Eifert. C.J. Uzomah ended up seeing the most snaps at tight end last week, and it is that limited amount of opportunity that drops Eifert’s value here. The Ravens aren’t great at covering tight ends, and Eifert could make some noise, but it is hard to put him any higher than good but not great.Ravens wide receivers: If I had to choose one receiver on the Ravens’ roster to play it would be John Brown. He has the big play ability that Michael Crabtree and Willie Snead IV don’t really have at this point. Still, none of these guys are more than a flex starter http://www.thebengalslockerroom.com/authentic-shawn-williams-jersey , and you’re really banking on one getting a touchdown. All three got a touchdown last week, but that trend won’t continue.Ravens D/ST: Sacks get your defense points, and with the Bengals starting Bobby Hart at right tackle and Alex Redmond at right guard there could be quite a few of those. That could also lead to turnovers. Cincinnati should still be able to move the ball, but sacks and turnovers are reliable point scorers for fantasy defenses. Bengals D/ST: Cincinnati isn’t the greatest defense to play this week, but if you can’t find a better option on the waiver wire, they are serviceable. You just have to hope they trot out more of what they showed in the second half last week than the first.Alex Collins (Ravens RB): Collins had a very strange game in Week 1. He only got eight touches for less than 20 yards an a touchdown. We saw Kenneth Dixon lead the team with 13 carries, but he’s now on Injured/Reserve. Baltimore had Lamar Jackson run the ball seven times, too. It appeared Collins was going to be the workhorse for the Ravens, but this is a confusing start. It could be that the Ravens getting a huge lead early led them to resting their workhorse Womens Dre Kirkpatrick Jersey , but we will need to see him get a majority of carries before he can be moved up in value. With Dixon on IR though, Collins should play a lot more.Just bench themAndy Dalton (Bengals QB): There are so many safer and better options out there that you shouldn’t risk playing Dalton on a Thursday night. The quarterback position is the deepest in fantasy football, and unless you are in a two quarterback league Dalton isn’t worth the risk.Bengals wide receivers not named Green: Last week I alluded to the fact John Ross could have some sneaky play weeks, but due to volume issues, he shouldn’t be in lineups week-to-week. Tyler Boyd suffers from these same issues. He did have five targets last week compared to Ross’ two, but neither eclipsed eight points, even in PPR formats against a good match up.

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