• Mark Ingram

  • RB
  • , Baltimore Ravens
  • 31
  • 215 lbs
  • 5' 9"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
In his first year with the Ravens, Ingram finished as the No. 8 running back in half-PPR formats. Ingram is being drafted No. 29 at his position, one spot ahead of rookie J.K. Dobbins, whom the Ravens drafted in the second round. I think the fantasy community is overreacting to the Dobbins pick. Ingram averaged 5.04 YPC and did everything the Ravens hoped he would do after they signed him to a three-year deal last year. I expect Baltimore to ease Dobbins into the fold while Ingram continues to carry the load on early downs.

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Scouting report

by Brandon Niles

BAL RB Mark Ingram - 2020 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside

Mark Ingram is coming off a solid first season in Baltimore, finishing the year with 1,265 yards from scrimmage and 15 touchdowns, including 26 receptions. Ingram benefitted from being a part of the league’s number one offense in points per game, despite losing carries to both quarterback Lamar Jackson and backup Gus Edwards in a change-of-pace role. Ingram doesn’t so much have upside as he has steady production, year after year. Over the past four seasons, he averages 0.64 touchdowns per game and was 12th among running backs last season in red zone rushing attempts.

Fantasy Downside

The big concern with Ingram is the addition of J.K. Dobbins in the second round of the draft. Dobbins does a little bit of everything and projects as a potential three-down and long-term starter for the Ravens. So Ingram not only has to contend with Jackson’s consistent rushing and Gus Edwards closing out blowouts, he also has a young, explosive rookie threatening his job. Ingram will also turn 31 in December. Ingram also seems bound for a touchdown regression regardless of the competition on the team. T.J. Hernandez’s Studs and Duds article showed his total expected touchdowns to be 10.25, compared to the 15 he scored.

2020 Bottom Line

The addition of Dobbins and Ingram getting on in years is extremely concerning, as is the probable touchdown regression. However, he’s being drafted in the fifth round of 12-team leagues, giving him some value for fantasy owners looking at locking up a solid RB2 after the initial surge of backs are off the board. We have him ranked right in line with guys like Melvin Gordon and Le’Veon Bell, who are both going a couple rounds earlier. If you can wait and still get Ingram, he has the potential to pay off for you. However, he should be viewed as someone fantasy owners fall back to, rather than aggressively targeting.

2020 Strength of Schedule - BAL

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
29
CLE
23
@HOU
25
KC
30
@WAS
27
CIN
6
@PHI
5
PIT
BYE8
@IND
4
@NE
21
TEN
5
@PIT
15
DAL
29
@CLE
31
JAX
22
NYG
27
@CIN

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2019 Game Stats

WeekOppRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRSTDPPRSnaps%
1@MIA14107207.6400000.0022.722.725/7732.5%
2ARI1347003.622300215.007.79.746/7958.2%
3@KC16103306.44432048.0031.535.550/8360.2%
4CLE1271015.9210010.005.16.132/6946.4%
5@PIT1944102.3225022.5010.912.953/8165.4%
6CIN1352104.002220311.0013.415.431/8138.3%
7@SEA1246003.8317017.005.36.330/5950.8%
8BYE--------------
9NE15115017.672290314.5012.414.431/7044.3%
10@CIN934103.7800000.009.49.423/4748.9%
11HOU1348003.693372412.3320.523.533/7245.8%
12@LAR15111107.4017117.0023.824.824/7830.8%
13SF1559003.9323021.506.28.236/6555.4%
14@BUF1550003.33329039.677.910.933/6055.0%
15NYJ1376105.851101210.0022.623.634/6354.0%
16@CLE855006.882361218.0015.117.130/7341.1%
17PIT--------------
Per game13.4767.870.670.135.041.7316.470.332.009.5014.3016.0334.07/70.4748.48%
Totals20210181025.04262475309.50214.5240.5511/105748.48%
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