Ravens Fans Will Love the Sunday-Morning Injury Update on Marquise Brown
The Baltimore Ravens take on the Cleveland Browns in a Week 12 NFL Sunday Night Football matchup that is sure to have a major impact on the AFC North. Baltimore fans will love to hear the wide receiver Marquise Brown is expected to suit up and play after missing last week's action due to a thigh injury.
Marquise Brown Injury Update
Brown was a limited participant across all three practices this past week and is officially labeled as questionable. His speed and route-running abilities stick out on an offense generating 402.6 yards of offense per game (No. 3 in NFL). The Ravens need Brown back to bolster this wide receiving core.
Simply put, the third-year pro has become quarterback Lamar Jackson's go-to target. Brown is averaging a career-high 13.8 yards per reception and leads the team with 6 touchdowns. He has hauled in 52 passes for 719 yards and has seen a team-high 82 targets in 9 games played.
There is still one more hurdle to clear before Brown returns to the lineup. The coaching staff needs to ensure he is ready to go during his pre-game warmup routine. Assuming there are no issues, the 24-year-old has chance to ball out under the bright lights against a division rival.
In fact, Cleveland has posted the ninth-worst pass defense DVOA rating in the NFL. The Ravens will look to move to an 8-3 record when they take on the Browns and are currently slated as 3.5-point home favorites, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
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