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Scouting report

by Brandon Niles

BAL RB Mark Ingram - Week 15 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 15 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Mark Ingram may be active this week against the Jaguars, but he seems to be at least third on the depth chart behind J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards at this point. Sit him. Drop him.

by Brandon Niles

BAL RB Mark Ingram - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 vs. Tennessee Titans

Mark Ingram returned to action last week against the Patriots, but gained just 29 total yards on seven touches, including a pair of receptions. Ingram could’ve just been used cautiously coming off an injury, but even before he got hurt, he was averaging only 8.8 touches per game. Until that changes, keep him on the bench. He’s more likely to hurt the value of the other Baltimore running backs, than to become valuable himself.

by Brandon Niles

BAL RB Mark Ingram - Week 6 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 at Philadelphia Eagles

Mark Ingram had 57 yards on 11 carries last week in a dream matchup against the lowly Bengals. Unfortunately, that’s a season-high in carries and rushing yards for him, as the Ravens have taken a three-pronged approach to the run game – four-pronged if you include Lamar Jackson. Making matters worse, the Eagles rank eighth in aFPA to opposing running backs. A bad matchup with a questionable workload makes Ingram hard to trust, and fantasy owners should consider him a questionable RB3 option at best.

by Brandon Niles

BAL RB Mark Ingram - Week 5 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 5 vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Mark Ingram scored a touchdown last week, but he had just eight carries and one reception for a total of 37 yards. Ingram is averaging just 9.25 total touches per game this season as part of a three-headed backfield. He also continues to contend with quarterback Lamar Jackson for ground production.

The Bengals are a nice matchup for Ingram, as they rank 21st in aFPA to opposing running backs. However, his lack of workload makes it hard to trust him as anything more than a RB3 or flex option in most leagues. Also, if the Ravens get up early, it could be another Gus Edwards second half. Gus actually led the Ravens with nine rushing attempts last week in a lopsided victory over Washington. Be careful with Ingram.

by Brandon Niles

BAL RB Mark Ingram - Week 4 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 4 at Washington Football Team

Mark Ingram ran the ball just seven times for 30 yards last week against the Chiefs, as the Ravens got down early, struggled to extend possessions, and was held to just 12 total carries from their three primary running backs. Ingram was expected to get a little more work in a less lop-sided game, but instead, the offense sputtered and Ingram struggled right along with it. He was even outsnapped by rookie J.K. Dobbins.

Ingram will face a Washington defense that actually ranks 10th in aFPA to opposing running backs, so it’s not a great matchup. Additionally, Washington’s offense has struggled, so it’s possible the Ravens get up early and give them a healthy dose of Gus Edwards in the second half. Consider Ingram an RB3 option this week due to the workload and the potential for rest late in the game.

by Brandon Niles

BAL RB Mark Ingram - Week 3 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 3 vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Mark Ingram had 55 yards and a touchdown on the ground, along with 22 yards on a pair of receptions against the Texans last week in a blowout victory. However, he only had nine of the 12 carries that went to Baltimore running backs and was only in on 42% of the team’s offensive snaps. Part of that can be attributed to the score, as the bulk of Gus Edwards’ 10 carries came in the second half and much of it in the fourth quarter. This happened a lot last year too. The Ravens would get up early, and then it was Gus Edwards time.

This week, Ingram should see a few more snaps against the Chiefs, who are unlikely to fall so far behind like the Texans last week and the Browns in Week 1. Last year, he had 16 carries, 103 yards and three touchdowns against the Chiefs, along with four receptions and 32 yards. While it’s unlikely he’ll repeat that level of performance, he’s a sneaky RB2 option this week. Expect a fun matchup.

by Brandon Niles

BAL RB Mark Ingram - Week 2 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 2 at Houston Texans

Mark Ingram had 10 carries for 29 yards against the Browns last week, concerning numbers when the backfield also includes rookie J.K. Dobbins (7 carries) and Gus Edwards (4 carries). While it seems as though Ingram will lead the way, this looks like a committee that won’t be consistent in workshare. Also concerning is the fact that Dobbins had two touchdowns and Ingram wasn’t targeted in the passing game.

This week, Ingram faces a Texans defense that just allowed 138 yards and a touchdown on the ground to rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire, and looked like they miss D.J. Reader on that defensive line. Ingram is a risky start because of workload, but he should still be worth considering as a RB3/flex option in what could be a pretty good matchup. Monitor the workload in the Baltimore backfield carefully moving forward.

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