Ravens vs. Falcons

Sunday, 1p.m.


Here's how the Ravens players stack up on a fantasy scale from 0-5 against Atlanta, with 0 being the low mark and 5 being the high:

Steve McNair, QB: I've been down on McNair as a fantasy quarterback all year, but he's been solid over the last three weeks. Against the Titans, he threw for 373 yards and three touchdowns. Sunday, he faces a banged-up Falcons' defense that ranks 30th in the league against the pass. McNair is a great option as a fill-in starter this week. Rating - 3 out of 5

Jamal Lewis, RB: We had a poll on our site last week that asked fans about Lewis. The vote was basically split between fans saying he is done and fans saying he should just lose some carries to Mike Anderson and Musa Smith. Last week, Lewis carried 16 times for 45 yards. I don't see him having a good game here unless the Ravens get a big lead early, and he nears 30 carries. Rating - 2 out of 5

Mark Clayton, WR: The second-year receiver has come on strong in the last month. Clayton has three touchdowns in his last four games. He posted his second 100-yard game of the season against the Titans, catching seven balls for 125 yards and a touchdown. He's shown talent and explosiveness. Next comes consistency. Rating - 3 out of 5

Derrick Mason, WR: The veteran wideout finally found the end zone for the first time all season against the Titans last week. Mason's worth more in real life than fantasy. Keep him out of your lineup unless you're desperate. Rating - 2 out of 5

Todd Heap, TE: The Ravens tight end has gone back-to-back games without a touchdown for the first time all season. Heap's nursing an injured ankle, but he's still a must-start every week as long as he's active. Rating - 4 out of 5

Matt Stover, K: After managing just one field goal in a four-week span, Stover has converted on six attempts over the last two weeks. With the Ravens' offense clicking, he's once again a solid fantasy option. Rating - 4 out of 5

Ravens defense: This unit had its worst fantasy game of the season against the Titans, posting just a pair of sacks and one turnover. Michael Vick has turned the ball over six times in the last two games. This defense looked different with Ray Lewis out of the lineup last week as Travis Henry ran for 107 yards. Still, the Ravens 'D' is a must-start every week. Rating - 4 out of 5