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Saints Inactives List Week 9

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The New Orleans Saints host the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football and they'll have to do so without Jarvis Landry for the fifth straight game. Landry has been battling an ankle injury since the team was in London back in Week 4. He remains inactive for the Saints.

New Orleans Saints Week 9 Inactives List

WR Jarvis Landry
RB Mark Ingram
CB Marshon Lattimore
G Wyatt Davis
TE Nick Vannett

As mentioned above, Landry will miss his fifth game and this is a disappointing stretch for the first-year Saint. He was signed in the offseason to give the offense more juice but he's been injured for now over half the season. It'll be Chris Olave as the WR1 once again.

Ingram is also out and that means the Saints will be relying on Taysom Hill and Dwayne Washington to help Alvin Kamara in the run game, not that he really needs it.

Lattimore is another big name set to miss this game, which is now his third missed game in a row. The Saints secondary had no problem shutting down the Raiders offense last week without Lattimore but the Ravens are a much better team.

Davis and Vannett are depth pieces at their position so seeing them on the sideline isn't all that surprising.

Baltimore Ravens Week 9 Inactives List

WR Tylan Wallace
RB Gus Edwards
LB Josh Bynes
G Ben Cleveland
TE Mark Andrews
LB David Ojabo

As for the Ravens, they're missing some talent too, most notably Mark Andrews, who is one of the best tight ends in the entire league. Removing him from the Ravens offense takes Lamar Jackson's best weapon away but we all know how good Jackson is with or without Andrews on the field.

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This game is a big one for both sides, as the Saints have a shot to move into a three-way tie for first place in the NFC South while the Ravens are fighting to keep their one-game lead over the Bengals.

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