11. Jakobi Meyers, WR, New England Patriots vs. Baltimore Ravens

It’s been some time since the Ravens had noticeable youth in their defense. Patrick Queen filled a massive hole at linebacker a few years ago but this season, the secondary has been burned. Marlon Humphrey (groin) and Marcus Peters (torn ACL recovery) were limited by injuries, which put rookies and new faces on the field against Jaylen Waddle and Tyreek Hill.

Jalyn Armour-Davis and Kyle Hamilton are learning the ropes and Marcus Williams (three interceptions) is obviously balling. But it’s hard not to see that footage of them repeatedly getting burned by Hill.

That’s not happening in New England. They don’t even have a receiver who has that kind of speed. However, Meyers has been quietly getting flex-worthy numbers without the touchdown. He’s caught 13-of-19 targets for 150 yards through two weeks. He should have a solid day against the Ravens, provided he plays.

Now, Meyers recently appeared on the injury report with a knee injury and underwent testing. Nothing significant was found but the Patriots players have a history of mysterious injuries that come and go by game time. Monitor the situation if you have him, but if he gets the green light to play, we give him our thumbs up.