What to Watch in the Houston-Baltimore Game, Aside From the Star Quarterbacks

Katherine Ross

The Ravens and the Texans go head to head Sunday, here's what our experts are watching.

It's time for Bull Market Fantasy's Game of the Week. 

This week, the Houston Texans are facing the Baltimore Ravens at the Ravens home stadium. 

Bill Enright, co-host of Bull Market Fantasy's live show with Jim Cramer, and Todd Karpovich, Ravens Maven, broke down what they're watching in this exciting match-up. 

Currently, the Ravens are 7-2 and the Texans are 6-3.

So, let's take a look at what Enright is watching when it comes to Fantasy since we have two star quarterbacks--Deshaun Watson of the Texans and Lamar Jackson of the Ravens.

"Yeah, I always want to see who those attempts are gonna go to who's going to get targeted the most? Both of these passers have really good weapons. You look at the Ravens with a tight end, Mark Andrews, wide receiver, Marquis Brown, and then of course the Texans with Deandre Hopkins," said Enright. "Will Fuller expected back in action. And even Darren Fells who has stepped up a lot the last couple of weeks. So anytime there's a game with two really impressive quarterbacks, I want to know who those targets are going to. I'm sure Deandre Hopkins will get peppered with targets, but will either one of these quarterbacks be able to hit one of those deep plays to a Marquis Brown or to a Will Fuller, which always helps boost fantasy points and that's always what we're looking for."  

Karpovich focused on the running attack from the Texans in an article he wrote over on Ravens Maven. 

"The Ravens also have to game-plan for the Texans' dual-threat quarterback Deshaun Watson, who is having an MVP-caliber season. Watson has thrown for 2,482 yards with 18 touchdowns and five interceptions. He has also run for 279 yards with five touchdowns," wrote Karpovich.

Watch the interview above to see what Karpovich is watching, aside from the quarterbacks, in this game.

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Jaime Eisner
Jaime Eisner


I'd like to see if Carols Hyde keeps it up.