Ravens vs. Steelers

Sunday, 1 p.m.


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

Steve McNair, QB: He's thrown for at least 200 yards in three straight games and completed more than 70 percent of his passes last week against the Falcons. However, McNair's touchdown production has been inconsistent as he's failed to post any TDs in two of his last three games. Pittsburgh's pass defense ranks 17th in the league, and McNair should put up around 200 yards and one or two touchdowns. Rating - 3 out of 5

Jamal Lewis, RB: He had his most productive fantasy game of the season last week vs. Atlanta, piling up 91 yards and three touchdowns. There's no question Lewis is running better over his last four games, but he's still been inconsistent as a fantasy option. His matchup isn't great against the league's No. 8 rush defense, but Lewis still remains somewhat attractive as a fantasy option because he's had at least 22 carries in three of his last four games. Rating - 3 out of 5

Mark Clayton, WR: The second-year wideout had another good game last week against the Falcons, catching five balls for 89 yards. Clayton has posted at least 70 yards receiving in four of his last five games. He's certainly not among the top-tier of fantasy receivers, but owners should be excited about his future prospects. Rating - 3 out of 5

Todd Heap, TE: He caught six balls for 62 yards against Atlanta. For the first time all season, Heap has failed to find the end zone in three straight games. The Steelers' defense shut down Kellen Winslow last week, but top-tier tight ends like Alge Crumpler and Antonio Gates scored against Pittsburgh earlier in the season. Don't be surprised if Heap's touchdown draught ends Sunday. Rating - 4 out of 5

Matt Stover, K: His streak of 36 straight made field goals came to an end last week, but Stover remains one of the league's most consistent options. He's the league's seventh-ranked fantasy kicker. Rating - 4 out of 5

Ravens defense: Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has tossed 12 interceptions in his last six games. Meanwhile, the Ravens' defense leads the NFL with 18 interceptions. Only the Bears have put up more fantasy points than Baltimore this season. Rating - 5 out of 5