Monday Night Football
Indianapolis @ Baltimore
Team Totals: Ravens 26.5, Colts 19.5
Indy’s losses of All-Pro LG Quenton Nelson (ankle) and RT Braden Smith (foot/thumb) strip the Colts of two of their best offensive linemen in front of Carson Wentz, who ranks 19th among 34 qualified signal callers in PFF’s QB grades. Wentz also sits a lowly 24th in traditional fantasy scoring, while Week 5 foe Baltimore has yielded the NFL’s 10th-fewest fantasy QB points. I like betting on the Ravens’ D/ST here. … Monday night’s projected script bodes poorly for Jonathan Taylor — the Colts are near-touchdown dogs — yet Baltimore has surrendered the NFL’s 11th-most fantasy points, seventh-most receptions, and fifth-most receiving yards to running backs. Taylor is among Monday night’s highest-ceiling individual plays with one of this game’s most job-secure roles.
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