After appearing on the injury report throughout the week with the always-dreaded hamstring injury, Mitchell is reportedly good to go and set to suit up against a tough Browns defense in Week 10. Mitchell gave the Ravens and his fantasy managers a taste of his home-run ability last week against the Seahawks, and he’ll look to replicate that kind of production this week against a similarly tough opponent. Unfortunately for Mitchell, Baltimore’s backfield remains a relative committee, but he passes the eye test and could be a prime candidate for increased volume if Justice Hill underperforms at any point moving forward. While Mitchell is unlikely to unseat Gus Edwards for the goal line role – which Edwards has held onto over the course of the season so far – his high efficiency as a runner and the touchdown upside that Baltimore’s offense presents makes him an intriguing flex play with upside in Week 10.
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