Jacoby Jones leads all Ravens in fantasy points on Monday Night Football

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones catches a pass against the Detroit Lions - Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones caught six passes for 80 yards in the Week 15 win over the Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football. We bring you the fantasy implications here.

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones caught six passes for 80 yards and led all Ravens wide receivers in the Week 15 win over the Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football. Jones was targeted nine times with Torrey Smith getting the bulk of the targets at twelve. Smith would finish with four receptions for 69 yards in a game where the Ravens did not score an offensive touchdown. Despite the struggles in the passing game, Smith went over 1,000 receiving yards in this game and now sits at 1,032 on the season.

Fantasy impact: Smith is the best option of the Ravens wide receivers and is averaging 74 receiving yards per game. But the Lions are giving up the ninth most fantasy points to wide receivers so the inability to score is troubling. The Ravens will face the New England Patriots in Week 16. The Patriots are giving up the ninth most fantasy points to wide receivers.

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