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Ravens 'More Comfortable' with Expanded Role for Keaton Mitchell, per OC Todd Monken

The faster Baltimore gets comfortable giving Keaton Mitchell the ball, the faster we can get comfortable with putting him in our fantasy lineups. Mitchell led the Ravens backfield in opportunities, rushing yards, and receiving yards this past weekend against the Chargers, but failed to find the end zone. The good news for Mitchell: the Gus Bus has finally slowed down. Gus Edwards failed to score a touchdown for the first time in over a month (Week 6), and with Mitchell clearly displaying the best burst of any of the Ravens running backs, the runway could be clearing for Mitchell to take off in the Ravens backfield. Fantasy managers should continue stashing him over the bye week in hopes of him becoming a legit fantasy asset before the season’s end.


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