• Marquise Brown

  • WR
  • , Baltimore Ravens
  • 23
  • 166 lbs
  • 5' 9"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Brown dealt with foot, ankle and hip injuries as a rookie, appearing in 14 games and turning 71 targets into 46 catches for 584 yards and seven scores, including a pretty epic 4-147-2 debut against the Dolphins. He has had a “great offseason physically” per OC Greg Roman, after having a screw removed from his foot. Brown fared well in Matt Harmon’s Reception Perception charting and is a threat for a 1,000-yard season if things break his way. Given the low volume nature of the Ravens’ passing game and his big-play ability, he’s likely to have some quiet weeks, but with the way he can take the top off the defense he’s particularly appealing in best ball formats.

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Scouting report

by Brandon Niles

BAL WR Marquise Brown - 2020 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside

Marquise “Hollywood” Brown is coming off a wildly uneven rookie season, highlighted by big plays and some woefully terrible fantasy outings. However, advanced metrics show Brown may have been significantly better than the 584 yards and seven touchdowns on 46 receptions he put up last year. Sports Info Solutions shows him with only three drops and with a 92% catch rate on catchable balls. Brown will probably always be kind of a boom-bust prospect in any given week, but he’s more talented than a simple speed guy.

Fantasy Downside

The Ravens are heavily invested in the run game. Last season, they led the league in both points per game and rushing yards per game, while finishing 27th in passing yards. If the Ravens continue to play in positive game script this year and continue to lean on the extremely talented legs of quarterback Lamar Jackson, that could limit opportunities for Brown and the rest of the Baltimore receiving corps. Additionally, Brown’s slight frame and injury history make him a bit risky. He missed two games in 2019.

2020 Bottom Line

Brown is being drafted in the late-seventh round of 12-team leagues, making him a little expensive compared to the other talent available. Brown is going to put up some big numbers, but the nature of the offense he’s in makes it likely he’ll have a few more stinkers as well. He had single-digit fantasy points in eight of his 14 games last year. He has added value in best ball formats because of his playmaking ability, but he should be thought of as a high risk/reward play each week, making him a borderline WR3 option in most leagues.

2020 Strength of Schedule - BAL

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
12
CLE
22
@HOU
5
KC
24
@WAS
25
CIN
23
@PHI
7
PIT
BYE18
@IND
1
@NE
15
TEN
7
@PIT
6
DAL
12
@CLE
11
JAX
30
NYG
25
@CIN

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2019 Game Stats

WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1@MIA41472536.7500000.0026.730.714/7718.2%
2ARI88601310.7500000.008.616.651/7964.6%
3@KC2490924.5000000.004.96.962/8374.7%
4CLE422075.5000000.002.26.256/6981.2%
5@PIT322157.3300000.008.211.237/8145.7%
6CIN--------------
7@SEA--------------
8BYE--------------
9NE3480416.0000000.004.87.840/7057.1%
10@CIN4801420.0000000.0014.018.019/4740.4%
11HOU2230411.5000000.002.34.338/7252.8%
12@LAR542278.4000000.0016.221.249/7862.8%
13SF11021.0000000.000.11.137/6556.9%
14@BUF3-203-0.6700000.00-0.22.843/6071.7%
15NYJ4451411.2500000.0010.514.547/6374.6%
16@CLE16026.0000000.000.61.643/7358.9%
17PIT215027.5000000.001.53.539/7353.4%
Per game3.2941.710.505.0712.7000000.007.1710.4641.07/70.7158.07%
Totals4658477112.7000000.00100.4146.4575/99058.07%
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