SuperDraft Pro Picks Thursday Night Football Ravens vs Buccaneers

By Shawn Stewart

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Shawn Stewart previews the SuperDraft Pro DFS lineups for Thursday Night Football between The Baltimore Ravens vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

This game is in Super Champion Mode which means that Multiplier with a Champion worth 50% and Co-Champion worth 25% more points. The other spots in the lineup are utility positions. This means that you can pick any players for all of the spots in your lineup regardless of the position they play. 

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We recommended that you do not get the Free & Fun package because not only you will not get a cheat sheet, aka lineup but you will not win a lot of coins to redeem prizes, plus it is a 14-day trial package.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB Leonard Fournette (1.8x) in Champion, Co-Champ (1.5x), (1.2x) in Flex

Fournette last week did not do well last week as he put up with 3.60 fantasy points against the Carolina Panthers. This year, he has 103 carries for 362 yards and a touchdown. He also has 34 receptions for 239 yards and three touchdowns.

The Ravens’ run defense is 17th in the NFL. They’re allowing 105.1 rushing yards per game which ranks 10th in the NFL. The Ravens has allowed 91 rushing yards to Nick Chubb. I think Leonard Fournette scores at least one touchdown this week.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Mike Evans (1.95x) in Champion Mode, (1.65x) in Co-Champ, (1.3x) in Flex

This Season, Evans has 33 receptions for 454 yards and three touchdowns. He’s coming off a matchup against the Panthers where he caught nine passes on 15 targets for 96 yards. He also dropped an easy touchdown which you don’t usually see from him.

The Ravens defense against are 27th in the NFL.

Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (1.5x) Champ, (1.25x) in Co-Champ, (1x) in Flex

If you have noticed after September 25 against the Patriots, Lamar Jackson has been struggling. Last week, Jackson completed 9 of 16 passes for 120 yards and no touchdowns. He ran 10 times for 59 yards.

If the Ravens are without Mark Andrews (knee) or Rashod Bateman (undisclosed), it could make things hard for Jackson in the passing game.

Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards (2.25x) in Champion, (1.9x) in Co-Champ, (1.5x) in Flex

This week, Edwards had 16 carries for 66 yards and two touchdowns.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ rushing defense has allowed 118.3 rushing yards per game. Against the Panthers this past week, they allowed D’Onta Foreman and Chuba Hubbard to rush for 181 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady (1.75x) in Champion, (1.4x) in Co-Champ, (1.15x) in Flex

In the 1st 7 games, Brady has thrown for 1,942 yards with eight touchdowns and one interception. Tampa Bay is scoring touchdowns just 47.37% of the time when in red zone. Which is 27th in the NFL.

The Ravens are allowing 261.3 passing yards per game which ranks 26th in the NFL.

Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (1.6x) in Champion, (1.3x) in Co-Champ, (1.05x) in Flex

If you are going to put Mark Andrews on your lineup, Andrews is dealing with a knee injury. Andrews ranks second among TEs in catches (39), receiving yards (455), and receiving touchdowns (five) according to Pro Football Network.

Andrews has scored in each of his three career Thursday night football games and is looking to make it five straight primetime games with a touchdown.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers TE Cade Otton (3.05x) in Champion, (2.55x) in Co-Champion (2.05x) Flex

The rookie four receptions (five targets) for 64 yards against Carolina last week, marking the second time in the past three games that Otton has posted at least four catches and 40 yards. The Ravens’ defense has allowed the eighth-most receptions and four TDs to TEs this season according to Pro Football Network.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Mike Evans (1.95x) in Champion, (1.65x) in Co-Champion, (1.3x) in Flex

As of right now, Godwin currently has 29 receptions on 44 targets for 293 yards but no touchdowns. Evans has 33 receptions on 48 targets for 454 yards and four touchdowns.

The Baltimore Ravens, are allowing opposing wide receivers to score 31.6 fantasy points per game, which ranks 27th in the NFL.

Baltimore Ravens Running Back RB Kenyan Drake (2.1x) in Champion, (1.75x) in Co-Champ, (1.4x) in Flex

This one is risky

Kenyan Drake ran the ball 11 times for just five yards and missed his only target in the Week 7 win over the Browns. Drake was instrumental in the Week 6 loss to the Giants, notching 10 carries for 119 yards and a touchdown.

The trend should continue as Edwards (knee) takes the reins in the backfield after missing the entirety of the 2021 season and the first six weeks of this season.

Shawn Stewart is the Founder/CEO of Sports 4 America; Shawn Stewart also hosts The S & P Sports Show and also Play-By-Play announcer for the Detroit Hustle of The Basketball League, you can follow him on Twitter @S4AStewart

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