Bateman made his first appearance in week six and looked good as the Ravens boat raced the Chargers. In the end, the rookie matched tight end Mark Andrews for top targets though only produced 29 yards on the day. All in all, it was a good coming-out party for Bateman who figures to immediately slide into a starting role alongside Marquise Brown. As DLF's WR26, the first-year player carries a premium value with WR2 expectations for an offense that has struggled to find passing game efficiency in the past. That said, thus far in 2021, the team ranks in the top-third of the league in this regard following a league-worst finish in 2020. Arrows are pointing up for Bateman in dynasty.