Breaking down fantasy impact of Tuesday’s trade deadline deals:
Ravens receive: RB Ty Montgomery
Packers receive: 2020 seventh-round pick
How this affects Ravens:
This makes Javorius Allen close to useless for fantasy reasons and Montgomery should quickly assume the passing game duties from Baltimore’s backfield. Alex Collins’ stock takes a little hit here as well. Collins is averaging a measly 3.7 yards per carry and overall, this offense could use a little spark that Montgomery might just provide. The competition for backfield touches (and might Montgomery also play some wide receiver in his new home?) with the Ravens is lesser than in Green Bay, so this trade helps Montgomery a bit as well. With just a 2020 seventh round pick as compensation, this doesn’t look like much, but this move might end up paying off well for Baltimore and Montgomery. After their Week 10 bye, Baltimore plays some of the worst defenses in the NFL. Montgomery might begin to pay off in Week 11 against the Bengals.
How this affects Packers:
We have been clamoring for Aaron Jones to take over the true lead job in Green Bay.
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