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Fantasy predictions for every Week 14 matchup

Will Ezekiel Elliott rush for more than 100 yards against the Giants? Can Joe Flacco throw for multiple TDs at New England? NFL Nation reporters give their insights for each Week 14 game.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens G Marshal Yanda is listed as questionable but will play Monday against Patriots. Baltimore is otherwise very healthy going into New England.

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Beware throwing deep ball vs. Ravens

Baltimore is allowing an AFC-best 35 percent completion percentage, with a paltry 9.2 yards per attempt and league-high 10 INTs, on throws 15-plus yards downfield. Those numbers are better than what they allowed from 2006-12 (42%, 11.5 yards per attempt), their last seven years with Ed Reed. (ESPN Stats & Info)

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Pats-Ravens: Another instant classic?

Under John Harbaugh, the Ravens have historically done well at Gillette Stadium. ESPN's FPI heavily favors New England, while our Ravens and Patriots reporters expect a close affair -- or even OT. Week 14 predictions (Insider)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens LB Terrell Suggs gets his normal day off, G Marshal Yanda returns as full participant and G Alex Lewis practiced for first time since spraining ankle.

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Monday Night Football Preview: BAL-NE

Dan Graziano breaks down Week 14's Monday Night Football game in depth with Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley and Patriots reporter Mike Reiss.

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Pitta relieved to break TD drought, hopes offense can pick up momentum (1:39)
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How to handle the Ravens backfield (0:42)
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Bowen: Smith is NFL's toughest receiver

Former NFL safety-turned-ESPN Insider Matt Bowen calls Steve Smith Sr. "one of the top competitors I've ever played against," and also "one of the toughest dudes I've ever seen on the field." Bowen's best WRs (Insider)

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Betting advice on Week 14 NFL games

Where does the betting value lie in NFL Week 14? Chalk's experts provide comprehensive against-the-spread and over/under advice for Week 14 contests in one handy file.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

On Tuesday, the NFL will announce the teams who will play in London next season. Ravens are a candidate to face the Jaguars there in 2017.

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Ravens face tough matchup against Patriots (1:04)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Four Ravens didn't practice Thursday. Pro Bowl guard Marshal Yanda is expected to play Monday night against Patriots.

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Few young talents better than Mosley

Few players are around the ball as often as C.J. Mosley, who earned high praise from Browns coach Hue Jackson a few weeks ago. He nearly cracked the top 10 of Mel Kiper Jr. and Mike Sando's list. Top under-25 players (Insider)

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Flacco says the Ravens aren't intimidated by Patriots (0:35)
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Ravens-Steelers is a virtual playoff game

This Week 16 battle looks like the first win-and-in, lose-and-go-home matchup of the season, Bill Barnwell writes. Neither team is likely to grab a wild-card spot, and this game should decide the division. Most important games left

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens are nearly at full strength. G Marshal Yanda (shoulder) gets his normal day off. Only three others not practicing Wednesday: OL Alex Lewis, TE Crockett Gillmore and RB Lorenzo Taliaferro.

Team Stats

Passing Yards258.012th
Rushing Yards89.728th
Points For21.321st
Points Against17.3Tied-2nd

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