The Ravens drafted J.K. Dobbins in the second round, putting Ohio State's first 2,000-yard rusher in the same backfield as Mark Ingram II, a three-time Pro Bowl player; Gus Edwards, one of two backs in the NFL to gain over 700 yards and average more than five yards per carry in each of the past two seasons; and Justice Hill, a fourth-round pick from a year ago who was the fastest running back at the 2019 combine.
The Ravens say it's a good problem to have and will figure out the touches. But for fantasy owners it's a bit of a problem. The story said expect Dobbins to back up Ingram at least to start the season. Ingram will turn 31 and Edwards is a free agent after this season, so the story also pointed out the future may just be Dobbins and Hill.
BAL RB Justice Hill - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 17 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Justice Hill scored a touchdown last week against the Browns, and he had six touches – including three receptions – for a total of 51 yards from scrimmage. He has some upside this week with Mark Ingram out, and it’s possible he’ll be leaned on as part of a one-two punch with Gus Edwards. The Ravens may sit key starters, giving Hill an opportunity. The Steelers are a tough matchup, but Hill has some low-end RB3 potential in PPR leagues with upside based on increased touches.