Crabtree was easily the most accomplished receiver on the Ravens' roster. He'll turn 32 in September and has had back-to-back sub 700-yard seasons. He has caught 28 touchdowns in the last four seasons so he should be able to find a good home in 2019.
BAL WR Michael Crabtree - Week 18 Fantasy Football Outlook
Wildcard Round vs. Los Angeles Chargers
Michael Crabtree led the Ravens in targets this season with 100, but he only had 54 catches, 607 yards and three touchdowns to show for it. Crabtree did most of his damage before Lamar Jackson took over seven games ago, and he’s averaged only 1.9 receptions per game over that span. Against a Chargers defense that held him to one catch two weeks ago and has allowed the fifth-fewest fantasy points to opposing receivers this year, there’s no reason to bank on Crabtree to produce in the playoffs.