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Last Week: 3 catches, 86 yards vs. Patriots
In the past three games, Jones has seven catches for 157 yards, including twenty-one yard touchdown reception and is averaging 21.8 yards per catch. He has proved to be one of the top viable deep threats for the Baltimore Ravens’ offense, behind Torrey Smith. Thursday, Jones will try to take advantage of a Browns secondary (ranked 30th vs. wide receivers) that will need to find a way to fill the void of suspended starting cornerback Joe Haden.
Trent Richardson, RB, CLE
Last Week: 12 carries, 27 yards, TD vs. Bills
Richardson had his second tough outing of the season last week. His six receptions for twenty-four yards in week three was encouraging though, as he is emerging in the Browns passing game. In week two, Richardson also had a 32-yard touchdown catch vs. Bengals. The Ravens defense is a scary one to face. Especially at home. But that won’t stop the rookie running back from finding the end zone at least once, in a very tough match-up.
Dennis Pitta, TE, BAL
Last Week: 5 catches, 50 yards, TD vs. Patriots
Pitta has been a legitimate starting tight-end the past three weeks. In week one, five catches for seventy-three yards and a score. In week two, eight catches for 65 yards. After another solid start from this past week, five receptions for 50 yards and a touchdown, expect more of the same success tonight.
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