The Ravens essentially shut down Mark Ingram by Week 8 last season. In the final nine games, Dobbins averaged 12.9 touches for 77.4 yards and 0.78 touchdowns, which equates to 13.2 points per game (half-PPR), or low-end RB1 numbers. His limited usage is a bit concerning, but it’s certainly possible that he’ll get most of Ingram’s 78 touches and push for 14+ touches per game. If that happens, he’ll have a real shot at fantasy RB1 numbers since he’s a very productive runner and the Ravens’ running game is top-notch. HC John Harbaugh indicated that he wants to involve the running backs in the passing game more often this season and Dobbins did have a sizable receiving role while at Ohio State. The presence of the very efficient Gus Edwards caps Dobbins’ usage, and therefore his upside. Still, owners could do worse than a player of Dobbins’ caliber in the third or fourth round.