As we get closer to the start of the 2023 NFL season, more and more Maryland sports fans are gearing up for their fantasy football drafts.
While the headline this fall is Maryland sportsbooks preparing for their first full season of NFL betting, fantasy football isn’t going anywhere.
As important as studying depth charts and target shares is the ability to come up with a catchy team name. In Maryland, there are plenty of Baltimore Raven-themed fantasy names you can come up with. If you are having trouble, we’ve got some suggestions for you.
Finding the right Baltimore Raven-themed team name
Coming up with a funny or pun-loaded team name isn’t always easy. There’s a lot of moving parts.
Having a Raven-themed name is great, but being able to pair it up with a Raven draft pick is even better.
There are a lot of player options to consider for your team name. You can use one of the big stars, a reliable backup, or even the coach himself.
We racked our brain to come up with top Raven-themed fantasy football team names. Here’s a look at ones we think might work for you.
Lamar Jackson fantasy football team names
At times it looked as if the Baltimore Ravens might no longer have Lamar Jackson on the roster for the 2023 season.
However, the quarterback signed a five-year, $260 million deal in the offseason to remain in Baltimore for the foreseeable future.
Jackson will be among the top quarterbacks available in most fantasy football drafts. In 2019 he put up 416 fantasy points, but injuries have slowed him down in recent seasons.
With a new contract, the 2023 season could be the year that Jackson gets back to his 2019 production. If so, you may want a Lamar-themed team name.
- Eight Is Enough
- Super LaMario
- Jacksons Speak Louder Than Words
- Lamar, Le Merrier
- Dude, Where’s My Lamar?
- Lamaritime Law
- The Jackson 6
- A Lamar Is Born
- Lamart Of The Deal
- No Holds Lamar’d
- Jackson Of All Trades
- You Don’t Know Jackson
- Lamar For The Course
- Lamary Night
Mark Andrews fantasy football team names
The Raven that may be drafted first in your fantasy league, depending on settings, is tight end Mark Andrews.
The sixth-year tight end has been among the most productive at the position for years. In 2021, Andrews had career-highs of 107 catches and 1,361 yards receiving. Is it possible he can get back to 2021 production this year?
If you think so, you may want an Andrews-themed team name.
- Marky Mark And The Raven Bunch
- You Drews, You Lose
- Making Your Mark
- On Your Mark
- The Bench Mark
Justin Tucker fantasy football team names
Few teams can point to their kicker as a top fantasy football option, but Justin Tucker fits the bill.
The 12th-year kicker still finds himself atop most kicker rankings heading into the 2023 fantasy season.
With the NFL record, 66-yard field goal, under his belt, a Tucker-themed team name is nothing to be ashamed of.
- Just In-side The Posts
- Tucker Hats
- Tuck In The Mud
- Passing The Tuck
- Upper Tucker
Zay Flowers fantasy football team names
Zay Flowers was the first round pick of the Ravens this past April, being selected No. 22 overall.
The Boston College receiver could be a big new offensive asset for Lamar Jackson. If you’re feeling good about Flowers’ potential, naming your team after him may be the way to go.
- Zay When
- In-Zay-ne In The Brain
- The Zay Hey Kids
- Tower Of Flowers
- Flowers Outage
- Flowers In The Midfield
Baltimore Ravens fantasy football team names
There’s plenty of other Ravens players to consider naming your team after this year, including coach John Harbaugh.
John Harbaugh fantasy football names
- Harbaughnger Of Doom
- Harbie (you know, like Barbie)
- Harbie The Love Bug
Odell Beckham Jr. fantasy football names
- Dude, You Need An Odell!
- Bend It Like Beckham Jr.
- Dell Wishes
J.K. Dobbins fantasy football names
- jk, J.K.
- Dobbin’ Dots
- Dobbin’ And Weavin’
- Batman & Dobbins
Other Raven-themed team names
- That’s So Ravens!
- Air Gordon (Melvin Gordon)
- Bateman Begins (Rashod Bateman)
- Treadwell, Tread Lightly (Laquon Treadwell)
- Stanley Steamers (Ronnie Stanley)
- Inside Ojabo (David Ojabo)
- Quan-Tumania (Roquan Smith)
There you go, dozens of options to consider.
Now you can get back to sizing up postseason schedules and injury reports. Good luck this fantasy football season.