Schaub will start his first game since 2013 -- he's lost each of his last six games as a starting quarterback. Despite the physical limitations of the weak-armed, 34-year-old passer, offensive coordinator Marc Trestman insists the Ravens won't adjust their offense much.
"We haven't tried to limit the offense or do any less than we've been doing. We're going to gear things towards what we've been doing and what Matt's familiar with," Trestman said on Friday, via CSN Mid-Atlantic.
Despite what Trestman says, it's going to be hard to trust anyone in the Raven's offense at this point with no Joe Flacco, Justin Forsett or Steve L. Smith in the lineup.
BAL QB Matt Schaub - Week 14, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 14 vs. Seattle
Matt Schaub had 308 yards and a touchdown last week, but he also threw a pair of interceptions in a loss to the Dolphins. Baltimore has struggled all year and is limping toward the finish line with backups at nearly every key offensive position. Schaub has looked serviceable, but a victory over the Browns and a loss to the Dolphins doesn’t have Ravens fans encouraged.
This week, Schaub will have a tall task in front of him as he faces one of the league’s best pass defenses. The Seahawks destroyed the Vikings last week and are tied with the Broncos for the least amount of passing touchdowns allowed this year with only 11. Schaub will likely need to throw the ball, but fantasy owners should look elsewhere if possible in a tough matchup.
Schaub will miss this week's game with an injury, fantasy owners shouldn't have been starting him anyway, but if he was in your lineup, be sure to get him out.