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Ravens vs. Titans

Sunday, 1 p.m.

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

Steve McNair, QB: He has certainly looked more comfortable the last two weeks. Against the Bengals, McNair threw for 245 yards and completed 21 of 31 passes. Over the past two games, he's completed over 70 percent of his attempts. Tennessee's pass defense ranks 14th in the league and no opposing QB has thrown for more than 200 yards against the Titans in six straight games. However, Tennessee has allowed six passing TDs over the last two weeks. Rating - 3 out of 5

Jamal Lewis, RB: He found the end zone for the first time since week one against the Bengals. Lewis has 55 carries over the last two weeks, but he only averaged 3 yards per carry against Cincinnati. It's hard to believe he'll continue to get so many carries, but this week the heavy load should continue. Tennessee has the 31st ranked run defense, allowing 163.5 yards per game on the ground. Rating - 3 out of 5

Mark Clayton and Derrick Mason, WRs: Clayton has been the better fantasy option this season. He tied a season-high with eight catches against the Bengals but still remains too inconsistent to be counted on in fantasy. Mason still hasn't scored a touchdown all season. He is not a good starting option. Rating - 2 out of 5

Todd Heap, TE: He set a season-high with 84 receiving yards last week against the Bengals. Heap has been solid all season with 366 yards and five touchdowns. Rating - 5 out of 5

Matt Stover, K: He had his first productive game in five weeks against the Bengals, hitting on all four field goal attempts. Stover has made 34 straight tries and should be solid this week as the Ravens take on the league's worst defense. Rating - 4 out of 5

Ravens defense: They are once again the league's top-ranked fantasy 'D' after forcing three turnovers and scoring a touchdown against Cincinnati. The Ravens defense will feast on rookie quarterback Vince Young, who threw three interceptions last week against the Jaguars. Rating - 5 out of 5

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