Rashod Bateman started off the season on the injured reserve with a groin injury but still was able to earn sixty-eight targets. He has the potential to be a low-end WR2 in fantasy and could serve as a RedZone threat for Lamar in 2022. He'll need to earn Redzone targets to be a consistent fantasy option, but he should serve as an essential piece in the Ravens offense that is looking to open it up more in the passing game. The upside to Bateman is that he's now the clear #2 option behind only Mark Andrews in an offense that has historically relied heavily on their rushing attack and top two receiving options. With Marquise Brown in Arizona Bateman should command a larger target share which makes him a great under-the-radar add in fantasy leagues. Bateman is currently being drafted as a 4th wide receiver option, which feels like a good value for him as a fantasy asset.
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Rashod Bateman's percentile rank in each category, among s with more than 50 fantasy points.