College: Oklahoma | Rookie
Height: 5'9" | Weight: 170 lbs
Birth Date: 6/4/1997
Depth Chart: WR1.1
2019 Bye Week: 8
Questionable - ankle
Total Pts: 101.7
Avg Pts: 10.17
Rank: 41 WR
|Week 1||6.20||Marquise Brown 22 receiving yds (2.20 pts)|
Marquise Brown 4 receptions (4.00 pts)
|Week 2||11.20||Marquise Brown 22 receiving yds (2.20 pts)|
Marquise Brown 3 receptions (3.00 pts)
Marquise Brown 1 receiving TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Marquise Brown 11 yd TD pass from Lamar Jackson
|Week 6||7.80||Marquise Brown 48 receiving yds (4.80 pts)|
Marquise Brown 3 receptions (3.00 pts)
|Week 7||18.00||Marquise Brown 80 receiving yds (8.00 pts)|
Marquise Brown 4 receptions (4.00 pts)
Marquise Brown 1 receiving TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Marquise Brown 20 yd TD pass from Lamar Jackson
|Week 8||4.30||Marquise Brown 23 receiving yds (2.30 pts)|
Marquise Brown 2 receptions (2.00 pts)
|Week 9||10.20||3-52yds / 0.3TDs projected|
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brownhad a disappointing showing in Week 11, despite the Ravens exploding for 41 points in the game. Much of the damage was done on the ground, while tight end Mark Andrews and running back Mark Ingram were the standouts in the passing game. Brown had four targets in the game and no other Raven had more, but he caught just two of them for 23 yards. He's been up-and-down all year and that will likely continue given his role in the offense. He's a solid WR3 or flex most weeks and you just have to live with games like this. He'll look to rebound in Week 12 against the Rams.
Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle), who is questionable for Week 11 against the Texans, will play on Sunday, according to a source. Hollywood Brown has played through injuries for much of the year. Against a banged-up and porous secondary, Brown has an excellent chance to boom again this week, but he's also always at risk of busting based on the fact that he typically doesn't play a huge percentage of the team's offensive snaps. That will likely be the case yet again if he's not 100 percent healthy, but the deep threat can still be a fine WR3 for fantasy owners in this matchup with a high-scoring game expected.
Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) returned to a limited practice on Friday and is questionable to play in Week 11 against the Texans. We'd bet on Hollywood Brown playing this Sunday, but as has been the case for much of his rookie season while playing through ailments, the Ravens could limit his snaps accordingly against the Texans. Brown still has the speed and downfield acumen to make several big plays for fantasy owners, and he's facing a depleted secondary that he can take advantage of, but Brown remains a boom/bust WR3 for fantasy owners. Willie Snead and Miles Boykin would have bigger roles if Brown sits. Tight end Mark Andrews is the best fantasy target in this passing game.
Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) was absent from practice on Thursday after being limited on Wednesday. Brown could be truly questionable for Week 11 against the Texans, so his status on Friday is one to watch. He had a good game in Week 10 against the winless Bengals despite playing limited snaps, so the downfield speedster is truly a boom-or-bust WR3 in his rookie season on limited chances this year. He does have a good matchup against Houston's secondary if he plays, but he could come down to a game-time decision. Tight end Mark Andrews would have a higher ceiling as an elite TE1 if Brown misses this weekend. Baltimore's other receivers haven't proven fantasy relevant when Brown has missed time this year.
Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) was limited in practice on Wednesday. Brown was targeted just four times in the blowout win over the Bengals in Week 10 and played limited snaps, but he made them count for 80 yards and his fourth touchdown of the season. The speedy deep threat should be fine to play in Week 11 in another great matchup against Houston's banged-up and inconsistent secondary. Brown is a boom/bust receiver in a run-first offense, but he has a good chance to hit his ceiling as a WR3 again this weekend.
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brown came back to life in Week 10's blowout win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Brown caught all four of his targets for 80 yards and a touchdown. Hollywood caught a wobbly 20-yard TD pass from quarterback Lamar Jackson in the third quarter to put Baltimore up 42-to-10. Since returning to the field in Week 9 from an ankle injury, Hollywood has caught 7-of-8 targets for 128 yards and a touchdown. Tight end Mark Andrews remains Jackson's most highly coveted target, but Brown brings big-play ability on every down. Hollywood is still the No. 1 receiver on the roster and could be a sneaky play in Week 11 against a Texans Defense that's allowed 13 touchdowns to opposing wide receivers in 2019.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (illness) and wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle, thigh) are both active for the team's matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals. The two were expected to play, so this news is a nice confirmation. Jackson is a must-start against a defense he gashed in Week 6 for 388 scrimmage yards and a touchdown. Brown should also be in lineups as a WR3 against the Bengals' 22nd-ranked pass defense.
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brown caught three balls on four targets for 48 yards in Sunday Night's Week 9 win over the Patriots. After missing the last two games with an ankle injury, Brown was able to get loose on a couple slants and showcase his speed. Baltimore heads to Cincinnati in Week 10, which poses an intriguing matchup for Brown. Hollywood's ankle kept him out of the Ravens Week 7 win over Cincinnati. Quarterback Lamar Jackson threw for 236 yards, but wasn't able to find a receiver in the end zone against the Bengals Defense, making Brown a high-ceiling option.
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said he expects rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) and cornerback Jimmy Smith (knee) to play in Week 9 on Sunday night against the Patriots. Brown will be returning after a two-game absence only to be shadowed by stud cornerback Stephon Gilmore. The talented rookie will have more bust potential than anything as a risky WR4/flex in his return on national television. Smith's return since Week 1 is a positive development for a Baltimore secondary that has gotten healthy and better with the acquisition of Marcus Peters. They'll put pressure on New England's passing game, but the Ravens Defense/special teams isn't a recommended play.
Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) and cornerback Jimmy Smith (knee) both returned to practice on Wednesday. Brown is expected to return in Week 9 against the Patriots after missing the last two games. He'll be one to fade, though, coming off his injury and going up against star cornerback Stephon Gilmore in an extremely difficult matchup. Smith's potential return is good news for a Baltimore secondary that will have their hands full against the undefeated Patriots on Sunday Night Football.
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) has been ruled out for Week 7 against the Seahawks. It's Brown's second straight missed game, and he should be considered questionable for Week 8 as well. In his absence last week, none of Willie Snead, rookie Miles Boykin and Seth Roberts really stood out in the passing game. None are very attractive DFS plays or flex options in this run-first offense. Tight end Mark Andrews should remain the biggest beneficiary with Brown out, and he's a strong TE1 play against Seattle.
Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) didn't practice all week but is questionable for Week 7 against the Seahawks. Brown missed last week and is certainly on the wrong side of questionable this weekend. Making things even more difficult for fantasy owners is the fact that Brown and the Ravens kick off in the afternoon on Sunday. He's an extremely risky WR3 if he suits up. If Brown misses his second straight game, Willie Snead, rookie Miles Boykin, Seth Roberts and Chris Moore will have increased roles. Snead and Boykin have the most upside, but even they would be more of WR5 options in a run-first offense. Tight end Mark Andrews would be the only fantasy lock if Brown were inactive.
Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) remains sidelined at practice for the second straight day Thursday. Brown missed practice all of last week and the Week 6 game, and he's looking unlikely to play again this weekend against the Seahawks. None of Willie Snead, rookie Miles Boykin or Seth Roberts stepped up in the passing game with Brown sidelined last week, so all three of them are desperation dart throws, at best, for a flex spot if Brown misses his second straight contest. Tight end Mark Andrews remains quarterback Lamar Jackson's favorite target outside of Brown.
Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) remains out of practice on Wednesday. Brown missed practice all of last week and sat out of Week 6. He's shaping up to be a question mark again in Week 7 against the Seahawks. With Brown out in Week 6, Willie Snead, rookie Miles Boykin and Seth Roberts didn't take advantage for fantasy purposes. Tight end Mark Andrews carried the load through the air and quarterback Lamar Jackson went nuts on the ground. Jackson's upside will be limited if Brown sits for a second straight week, but his ability to put up points with his legs would keep him in the QB1 picture.
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) is inactive against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 6 while tight end Mark Andrews (shoulder) will play. Andrews is a TE1 with upside, as quarterback Lamar Jackson will lean on him in the passing game. Ravens slot receiver Willie Snead could be a sneaky sleeper without Brown in the fold.
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) isn't expected to play against Cincinnati in Week 6. Hollywood hasn't practiced all week, and with his absence, the door will be open for extra looks for tight end Mark Andrews and wide receiver Willie Snead against a horrendous Bengals Defense.
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Willie Snead had four catches on five targets for 51 yards in Week 5 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. On the season, Snead has 12 receptions for 205 yards and two touchdowns. If receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) is unable to go Sunday, Snead could see a favorable increase in targets against a below-average Cincinnati defense. The Ravens face a Bengals Defense that is in the lower bottom of the league in passing yards allowed (1,221) and has given up four total touchdowns to opposing wide receivers in 2019. Monitor the health of Hollywood before sliding Snead in your lineups. If Brown plays, Snead should be avoided when choosing your starters.
Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) missed his third straight day of practice on Friday and will be a game-time decision for Week 6 against the Bengals. Head coach John Harbaugh was surprised that Brown sat out on Friday. The first-round pick has 21 catches for 326 yards and three touchdowns in five games this year, so not having him on Sunday would be a big blow to Baltimore's offense. If he's out, Willie Snead, rookie Miles Boykin and Seth Roberts would operate in three-receiver sets. Tight end Mark Andrews would likely be quarterback Lamar Jackson's top aerial target.
Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) missed practice for the second straight day on Thursday. Brown's injury isn't believed to be serious, but he sat out for a large chunk of last week's game and hasn't practiced yet this week. You need to be making backup plans in case Brown misses practice again on Friday. He's turning into a much more risky WR3 for Week 6 against the Bengals. If he can't play, the Ravens will lean more on tight end Mark Andrews and receivers Miles Boykin and Willie Snead.
Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) and tight end Mark Andrews (shoulder) both missed practice on Wednesday. Brown missed a large chunk of the Week 5 win over the Steelers, but the team doesn't think his injury is very serious. Fantasy owners will feel more confident plugging him into their lineups as a low-end WR2/high-end WR3 if he practices later this week. Andrews has missed practices this year with a foot injury, so his shoulder ailment is new. As long as he's able to return to practice later this week, he should be penciled in as a strong TE1 this Sunday against the Bengals.