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Lamar Jackson, Mark Andrews listed as questionable for Week 15 TNF

Two of the Ravens top playmakers are questionable heading into Thursday Night Football. We break down the fantasy football implications.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson celebrates with tight end Mark Andrews after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter against the Cleveland Browns at M&T Bank Stadium. Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

The Baltimore Ravens released their final injury reports for Week 15, and as expected, quarterback Lamar Jackson and tight end Mark Andrews are both listed as questionable for Thursday Night Football.

Jackson injured his quadricep on a low hit in Week 14. He was listed as limited on Monday and Thursday’s practice reports, and then full on Wednesday’s report. Ravens media suggested he looked better on Tuesday than Monday, so it seems a good bet we’ll see him starting on Thursday against the New York Jets.

Andrews suffered a contusion between his knee and thigh and sat out Monday’s walkthrough. He was listed as limited on Tuesday and Wednesday and head coach John Harbaugh has said the injury is not serious.

Fantasy football analysis: Ravens QB Lamar Jackson, TE Mark Andrews

Jackson seems all but certain to play on Thursday. There could be questions about limitations or if the team will pull him with a big lead, but it seems almost a lock that he will start.

Andrews is a tougher call. Hayden Hurst and Nick Boyle were productive in his absence. Given the matchup, maybe the Ravens hold Andrews back or limit his snap count. It’s not clear at this point, but if he’s active, fantasy football players kind of have to play him.