2020 Fantasy Rankings
Overall # 46 · RB # 21 (Tier 4)
ADP (12-team PPR): 4.06, 43rd
Ravens
Depth

Mark Ingram

RB, Baltimore Ravens

Height 5'9" Weight 215 DOB 1989-12-21 Age 31
College Alabama

Season Projections
Updated Sep 7
Source FPts RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReTD FL
RotoBaller 152.0 170 790 4.65 7 28 21 190 9.0 2 1

2020 fantasy football projections by .

Position Rankings
Rank Name ADP1 Comment
Tier 4
19 Le'Veon Bell, KC 3.11
20 David Johnson, HOU 3.04
21 Mark Ingram, BAL 4.06
22 Cam Akers, LAR 4.07
23 Raheem Mostert, SF 4.07
Fantasy News Last 90 Days
  • Ravens To Release Mark Ingram II

    The Baltimore Ravens will release veteran running back Mark Ingram II on Tuesday, according to league sources. The move will save the Ravens $5 million against the 2021 salary cap and will allow Ingram to get an early jump on free agency. Ingram was a healthy scratch in five of the team's final six games to close out the season, but he insists that he's healthy and has plenty to offer a team in 2021. The 31-year-old was a first-round pick out of Alabama back in 2011, but he's unlikely to be anything more than a backup if he lands with another team on the open market this offseason. J.K. Dobbins took over as Baltimore's lead back in the second half of the 2020 season, and Gus Edwards should continue spelling him next season. Ingram, a three-time Pro Bowler, had 72 carries for 299 yards (4.2 yards per attempt) and two touchdowns in 11 games (nine starts) in his second year in Baltimore.

    Jan 18 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II Won't Play In Divisional Round

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II will be a healthy scratch once again on Saturday when the Ravens face the Bills. No surprise here, as the Ravens seem intent on moving on from Ingram when the season ends and don't want a potential injury to complicate that. Barring a J.K. Dobbins injury, we won't see Ingram in a Ravens uniform again.

    Jan 16 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II A Healthy Scratch Again

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II is a healthy inactive yet again for the wild-card playoff game against the Titans on Sunday. Joining him on the inactive list are punter Johnny Townsend, wide receivers Chris Moore and James Proche II, outside linebacker Jaylon Ferguson, offensive lineman R.J. Prince and defensive tackle Broderick Washington. Ingram saw some action in the Week 17 regular season finale against the Bengals -- nine carries for 39 yards -- but he hadn't played prior to that all the way back in Week 14 against the Browns. Rookie J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards have leapfrogged the veteran back on the depth chart, and Justice Hill is now serving as the No. 3 ahead of Ingram. Dobbins is the back you want to roster on Sunday in the wild-card matchup against Tennessee.

    Jan 10 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II not expected to play in Week 17

    Jan 3 · FantasyPros Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II Out For Week 15

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II is a healthy scratch for Sunday's game against the Jaguars. Considering Ingram didn't have a carry last week and played just one offensive snap, this doesn't really change anything from a fantasy perspective. J.K. Dobbins will serve as the lead back against a Jaguars Defense that has struggled. Fantasy managers should consider Dobbins a high-end RB2 with upside. Meanwhile, anyone holding onto Ingram in redraft still needs to drop him before kickoff.

    Dec 20 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II, Calais Campbell Activated From COVID-19 List

    The Baltimore Ravens activated running back Mark Ingram II and defensive ends Calais Campbell and Jihad Ward from the Reserve/COVID-19 list on Saturday. Ingram missed the Week 12 loss to the Steelers after testing positive for the virus. However, his role in the backfield was already being diminished prior to last week, making him one to leave on benches for Week 13 against the Cowboys on Tuesday. Baltimore will return to a three-headed backfield with Ingram, rookie J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards. Dobbins has become the leader of the group, giving him RB2 upside against Dallas. Campbell missed some time with a calf injury as well and hasn't played since Week 9 against the Colts. The 34-year-old five-time Pro Bowler will give the team's defensive line a big boost with his return, having recorded 24 tackles, 10 QB hits and four sacks in his eight games. The Ravens Defense will be a top-five fantasy unit against Andy Dalton and Dallas this week.

    Dec 5 · Source via Ravens Calais Campbell Mark Ingram Jihad Ward
  • J.K. Dobbins, Mark Ingram II Inactive Wednesday

    Baltimore Ravens running backs J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram II are not active for Wednesday's game against the Steelers despite being eligible to return from the COVID-19 list. Dobbins and Ingram didn't travel with the team on Tuesday night because it was the final day of their 10-day quarantine after testing positive for the virus. They haven't been put on the active roster and neither has practiced since the overtime loss to the Titans 10 days ago. The rookie Dobbins figures to take over as the team's lead back down the stretch, while Ingram has been slowly phased out of the offense. Gus Edwards will get the start against Pittsburgh and has rushed for 217 yards and a touchdown in his last two games against the Steelers. Justice Hill will back up Edwards, who will have RB2 upside for fantasy managers that stuck with him despite Baltimore's COVID-19 outbreak this week.

    Dec 2 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram J.K. Dobbins
  • Mark Ingram II, J.K. Dobbins Not Expected To Play Wednesday

    Baltimore Ravens running backs Mark Ingram II and rookie J.K. Dobbins are eligible to come off the COVID-19 list before Wednesday's game against the Steelers, but neither of them are expected to play. Gus Edwards will get the start. It's a tough matchup against the undefeated Steelers, but Edwards has RB2 upside for fantasy managers that waited this one out in Week 12. The Steelers Defense allows the third-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs, including only five rushing scores all year, but Edwards should have a decent floor because of the expected volume he should receive. Baltimore could run the ball even more, too, with inclement weather expected and with quarterback Lamar Jackson also out due to COVID-19.

    Dec 2 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram J.K. Dobbins
  • J.K. Dobbins, Mark Ingram II Not Guaranteed To Play

    Baltimore Ravens running backs J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram II are both eligible to be activated from the Reserve/COVID-19 list prior to the Week 12 game against the Steelers on Wednesday, but it's not a given that either will play. Both players have been isolated since testing positive for the virus on Nov. 22 and aren't allowed to fly on the team plane on Tuesday night. At this point, if you have Dobbins or Ingram on your roster, you've likely benched them for other running backs that already played in Week 12. Even if they both play, Gus Edwards could see the majority of backfield touches and will be the best fantasy play of the trio. Those that picked up Edwards in order to start him this week are hoping that neither Dobbins nor Ingram suit up in the tough matchup against the undefeated Steelers.

    Dec 1 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram J.K. Dobbins
  • J.K. Dobbins, Mark Ingram II On Track To Play Wednesday

    Baltimore Ravens running backs J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram II appeared destined to miss the team's Week 12 contest versus Pittsburgh after positive COVID-19 tests last week. But with the game being pushed to Wednesday afternoon due to the COVID-19 outbreak within the Ravens organization, both Dobbins and Ingram will have met the league's conditions of 10-day self-isolation. Gus Edwards had been in line to see a significant workload out of the backfield, especially with quarterbackLamar Jacksonout of the mix due to COVID-19, but the return of Ingram and Dobbins essentially zaps Edwards of some RB2 upside, even as the group figures to spearhead the offense against a stout Steelers Defense. None of the three has emerged as a consistent season-long fantasy contributor at this stage, making any of the group a risky play this week, if the game is even played at all.

    Nov 30 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram J.K. Dobbins
  • Ravens Dealing With COVID-19 Outbreak

    The Baltimore Ravens have had five players and four staffers test positive for COVID-19 this week, according to sources. The game on Thanksgiving on Thursday night against the division-rival Steelers is still on, but a source warned that more positives could mean postponing it. It's unclear if the game would be pushed back to the weekend or Monday night or if it would be postponed entirely for Week 12. Either way, fantasy managers need to keep an eye out for more updates, especially if you plan on starting any players from that game. Ravens running backs Mark Ingram II and rookie J.K. Dobbins are two of the players that tested positive, and they will be out against Pittsburgh. If the game is played this week, Gus Edwards has RB2 upside, even in the tough matchup.

    Nov 24 · Source via Ravens J.K. Dobbins Gus Edwards Mark Ingram Coronavirus
  • Mark Ingram II, J.K. Dobbins Test Positive For COVID-19

    Baltimore Ravens running backs Mark Ingram II and rookie J.K. Dobbins have tested positive for COVID-19 and will go on the Reserve/COVID-19 list on Monday, according to sources. With Baltimore playing on Thursday night against the undefeated Steelers in Week 12, both Ingram and Dobbins will be inactive. That means that Gus Edwards and Justice Hill will be the two primary backs in the Ravens backfield for the important divisional matchup this week. Edwards had just three carries for six yards in the Week 11 loss to the Titans in overtime, but he figures to be the featured back against Pittsburgh. The Steelers allow the second-fewest fantasy points per game to the running back position, but Edwards will have RB2 upside with both Ingram and Dobbins sidelined.

    Nov 23 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram J.K. Dobbins Coronavirus
  • Mark Ingram II Disappears In Week 11

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II ran the ball just two times in Sunday's loss to the Tennessee Titans, finishing with two rushing yards. He played just six snaps. Ingram is third on the depth chart at running back now and is averaging one yard per carry in the past two weeks. It's time for fantasy managers to drop Ingram in everything but 14-team or deeper leagues, and you might be fine to move on there as well.

    Nov 22 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II Has Injury Designation Removed For Sunday

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (non-injury related) is not on the team's final injury report ahead of Sunday's contest against the Titans, paving the way for the veteran to take the field. Even with his status confirmed for the game, Ingram is an extremely risky fantasy asset due to the competitive nature of the Ravens' backfield with Gus Edwards and J.K. Dobbins pushing for carries. Last week, Ingram was held to just five carries for five yards, and his goal line touches are no longer as secure as they were previously due to Edwards' bruising running nature. Aside from the deepest season-long leagues, Ingram can remain on the waiver wire until he proves to see a significant share of the carries.

    Nov 21 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II Absent From Thursday's Practice

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (non-injury related) did not practice Thursday, adding a wrinkle to his status for Sunday's contest against Tennessee. Ingram has battled injuries throughout 2020, but this appears to be a separate issue that should gain clarity throughout the week. Baltimore's backfield relied upon a three-headed by-committee division of labor last week, with Ingram (five carries), Gus Edwards (seven), and J.K. Dobbins (five) all getting a slice of the work. Should Ingram be unable to suit up Sunday, Edwards and Dobbins would both receive a significant bump in intrigue, as they shouldered the load during Ingram's absence earlier this year.

    Nov 19 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II Officially Active For Week 10

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) missed the team's last two games while dealing with a high ankle sprain, but he will be active in Week 10. The news isn't much of a surprise as Ingram reportedly had a solid week of practice and had been expected to suit up for the game. It's unclear whether Ingram will be the team's starting running back in the game. He should see a significant amount of work, but the team will also heavily involve J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards. Ingram is a bit of a risky flex start in fantasy leagues this week.

    Nov 15 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II Looking Good For Sunday Night

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) is looking good to return to the field in Week 10 against the Patriots. Ingram was looking dicey after missing practice on Thursday, though he ramped up to full participation on Friday, making his return on Sunday night likely. It's possible the veteran back will be eased back into action, which, coupled with the fact it's a Sunday night start, makes him unappealing for fantasy purposes. Fellow back J.K. Dobbins is likely the best option of the bunch, as he's led the backfield in snaps in each of the last two weeks. Look at Ingram as a desperation option, with Dobbins as a flex play and Gus Edwards checking in as a touchdown-or-bust option against the Patriots' 21st-ranked run defense.

    Nov 15 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II Questionable For Week 10

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) is listed as questionable for Week 10 against the Patriots after returning to practice on Friday. Ingram missed practice on Thursday with an ankle injury that has kept him out since Week 6. Linebackers Matt Judon (calf) and L.J. Fort (finger) are also questionable. Ingram could be on track to play, but he's almost not worth the risk with the game being on Sunday night. If he plays, he could be eased back in and only see a handful of carries alongside rookie J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards, the two that have been carrying the load with Ingram out. Dobbins is on the RB2/3 borderline, while Edwards is a touchdown-dependent RB3/flex. It's an even cloudier backfield if Ingram returns, although the Patriots Defense has allowed the 10th-most fantasy points per game to opposing running backs this year.

    Nov 13 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II Practices Friday

    Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) took part in practice on Friday. Ingram missed practice on Thursday as he continues to nurse an ankle injury that has kept him out since Week 6. It at least gives the veteran back a chance to return this weekend against the Patriots. There's a good chance Ingram comes in with a questionable designation to play, and he could be a game-time decision on Sunday, making him an even riskier boom/bust, low-upside RB3/flex for fantasy managers. Rookie J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards have been splitting the backfield workload with Ingram out, and they, too, would be shaky RB3s if Ingram were back in the fold this weekend against New England.

    Nov 13 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II Unable To Practice Thursday

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) was moved back to a non-participant for Thursday's practice, further clouding his status for Sunday's game against the Patriots. Having last suited up in Week 6, the fact that Ingram was a limited practice participant Wednesday was encouraging, but his step backward continues the murky nature of the division of duties in the backfield. Without Ingram in the mix, Gus Edwards and J.K. Dobbins have virtually split carries, although Lamar Jackson remains a significant run threat, as well. Not having logged more than 11 carries in any of his six outings this year, even if Ingram does progress well enough to eventually be cleared for Sunday, he is a touchdown-dependent option who may not have many red zone carries at his disposal. Check back throughout the week for updates to his status, but do so primarily as a means to gauge Edwards and Dobbins' outlook appeal.

    Nov 12 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II Limited On Wednesday

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) was limited at practice on Wednesday, giving him a chance to return in Week 10 against the Patriots. The 30-year-old veteran running back hurt his left ankle on Oct. 18 and has missed two games since then. Rookie J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards have been sharing the backfield duties since, but Ingram's return would certainly put a dent in both Dobbins' and Edwards' fantasy upside against New England. Dobbins and Edwards will probably start to be worked into this backfield more often in the second half of the season, even with Ingram available, but Ingram's presence this weekend would lower their ceilings as RB3/flex pieces.

    Nov 11 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II (ankle) could return in Week 10

    Nov 11 · FantasyPros Ravens Patriots Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II Out For Week 9

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) is inactive for the team's Week 9 contest against the Indianapolis Colts. No surprise here, as Ingram was listed as doubtful ahead of the contest. J.K. Dobbins should serve as the team's lead back this week, with Gus Edwards getting red zone looks. Both players have upside, with Dobbins projected to see more work and making sense as a high-end RB3 play, while Edwards's touchdown upside makes him a low-end RB3 play.

    Nov 8 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II, Chris Moore Doubtful Against Colts

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) and wide receiver Chris Moore (thigh) are listed as doubtful for Week 9 against the Colts. Ingram had the Week 7 bye to heal up, but he's still likely to miss his second straight game. Rookie J.K. Dobbins will likely see his role expand in the second half of the season regardless, giving him the most upside moving forward in this backfield. Gus Edwards will also share touches once again after he found the end zone in Week 8. Dobbins will have RB2 upside, while Edwards isn't a terrible RB3/flex despite a tough matchup with Indy. Moore hasn't caught a pass all year in just one game of action. He's well off the fantasy radar.

    Nov 6 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram Chris Moore
  • Mark Ingram II Continues To Miss Practice Thursday

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) sat out practice again Thursday, the second consecutive day that he has been sidelined. Ingram was unable to play last Sunday versus Pittsburgh and appears to be trending toward another absence, with Gus Edwards and J.K. Dobbins likely in line to split carries once again. Even when fully healthy, Ingram's starting spot was in a tenuous position, not having exceeded 11 carries or 57 rushing yards in an outing this year. The combination of his lingering ankle injury and wobbly spot in the backfield pecking order means that season-long fantasy managers can begin to look elsewhere for production.

    Nov 5 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II May Miss Multiple Weeks

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) won't play in Week 8 against the Steelers and may also not be available to suit up against the Colts in Week 9. With the veteran battling a high-ankle sprain, an injury that usually requires multiple weeks to improve, fantasy managers may be forced to be without him for quite some time. In Ingram's absence, Gus Edwards II will likely serve as the workhorse while rookie J.K. Dobbins will provide relief in addition to potentially getting most of the touches inside the 20.

    Nov 1 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II Doubtful To Face Steelers

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) is listed as doubtful for Week 8 against the Steelers. Ingram hasn't practiced all week and needs to be removed from starting lineups this weekend. Most fantasy managers were already fading Ingram to their bench anyway, as the 30-year-old veteran hasn't gone over 60 yards rushing in a single game this season. This could pave the way for rookie J.K. Dobbins to take over as the lead back the rest of the year, although he has a tough matchup this weekend against a Steelers Defense allowing the third-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs. Gus Edwards will also mix in with Ingram sidelined. Dobbins is the more attractive fantasy play as an RB3/flex this Sunday.

    Oct 30 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II Misses Another Practice

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) and cornerback Jimmy Smith (Achilles) both missed practice on Thursday. It's Ingram's second straight missed practice after he suffered an ankle injury in Week 6. The Ravens had a bye last week, so the fact that he's still not practicing doesn't bode well for his availability in Week 8 against the Steelers. Don't plan on having him this weekend for fantasy purposes. Gus Edwards should see work on early downs if Ingram is sidelined, with rookie J.K. Dobbins used as the change-of-pace back. But the Steelers have allowed the third-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs in 2020, making both Edwards and Dobbins low-upside RB3/flex choices if Ingram is inactive.

    Oct 29 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II Misses Practice Wednesday

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) did not participate in practice on Wednesday. Ingram injured his ankle in Week 6 and had the Week 7 bye to heal up, but he's still in danger of missing his second straight game. A questionable tag could be coming this weekend against the Steelers, a team that has allowed the third-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs this year. Ingram will need to get in at least a limited practice either Thursday or Friday to have a shot at playing, but he'll be a low-upside RB3/flex if he's active. Some combination of rookie J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards would work out of the Baltimore backfield if Ingram can't go.

    Oct 28 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Running Back
    Performance Scoring Review · Switch
    Season Team G FPts Snp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReTD FL
    2011 NO 10 82.0 122 474 3.89 5 13 11 46 4.2 0 1
    2012 NO 16 93.1 266 (24.0%) 156 602 3.86 5 10 6 29 4.8 0 0
    2013 NO 11 51.4 169 (21.6%) 78 386 4.95 1 11 7 68 9.7 0 0
    2014 NO 13 164.9 470 (51.3%) 226 964 4.27 9 36 29 145 5.0 0 1
    2015 NO 12 152.5 534 (62.5%) 164 768 4.68 6 59 49 397 8.1 0 1
    2016 NO 16 196.2 532 (46.1%) 205 1043 5.09 6 58 46 319 6.9 4 2
    2017 NO 16 226.0 571 (55.0%) 230 1124 4.89 12 71 58 416 7.2 0 3
    2018 NO 12 123.5 350 (45.4%) 138 645 4.67 6 27 21 170 8.1 1 1
    2019 BAL 15 216.0 511 (48.3%) 201 1013 5.04 10 30 26 247 9.5 5 2
    2020 BAL 11 46.9 160 (23.1%) 72 299 4.15 2 8 6 50 8.3 0 0
    2020 RotoBaller 152.0 170 790 4.65 7 28 21 190 9.0 2 1

    2020 fantasy football projections by .

    2020
    Performance Scoring Review · Switch
    Wk Opp Score FPts Snp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReTD FL
    1 CLE W 38-6 2.9 21 (35.6%) 10 29 2.90 0 0 0 0 - 0 0
    2 HOU W 33-16 13.7 27 (41.5%) 9 55 6.11 1 3 2 22 11.0 0 0
    3 KC L 20-34 3.0 18 (32.1%) 7 30 4.29 0 1 0 0 - 0 0
    4 WAS W 31-17 9.7 14 (24.6%) 8 34 4.25 1 1 1 3 3.0 0 0
    5 CIN W 27-3 5.7 19 (30.2%) 11 57 5.18 0 0 0 0 - 0 0
    6 PHI W 30-28 2.0 9 (12.3%) 5 20 4.00 0 0 0 0 - 0 0
    10 NE L 17-23 2.9 17 (25.8%) 5 5 1.00 0 2 2 24 12.0 0 0
    11 TEN L 24-30 0.2 6 (9.2%) 2 2 1.00 0 0 0 0 - 0 0
    13 DAL W 34-17 2.9 11 (20.0%) 6 28 4.67 0 1 1 1 1.0 0 0
    14 CLE W 47-42 0.0 1 (1.7%) 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 - 0 0
    17 CIN W 38-3 3.9 17 (23.0%) 9 39 4.33 0 0 0 0 - 0 0
    2019
    Wk Opp Score FPts Snp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReTD FL
    1 MIA W 59-10 22.7 25 (32.5%) 14 107 7.64 2 0 0 0 - 0 0
    2 ARI W 23-17 7.7 46 (58.2%) 13 47 3.62 0 2 2 30 15.0 0 0
    3 KC L 28-33 31.5 50 (60.2%) 16 103 6.44 3 4 4 32 8.0 0 0
    4 CLE L 25-40 7.1 32 (46.4%) 12 71 5.92 0 1 1 0 0.0 0 1
    5 PIT W 26-23 10.9 53 (65.4%) 19 44 2.32 1 2 2 5 2.5 0 0
    6 CIN W 23-17 13.4 31 (38.3%) 13 52 4.00 1 3 2 22 11.0 0 0
    7 SEA W 30-16 5.3 30 (50.8%) 12 46 3.83 0 1 1 7 7.0 0 0
    9 NE W 37-20 14.4 31 (44.3%) 15 115 7.67 0 3 2 29 14.5 0 1
    10 CIN W 49-13 9.4 23 (48.9%) 9 34 3.78 1 0 0 0 - 0 0
    11 HOU W 41-7 20.5 33 (45.8%) 13 48 3.69 0 4 3 37 12.3 2 0
    12 LAR W 45-6 23.8 24 (30.8%) 15 111 7.40 1 1 1 7 7.0 1 0
    13 SF W 20-17 6.2 36 (55.4%) 15 59 3.93 0 2 2 3 1.5 0 0
    14 BUF W 24-17 7.9 33 (55.0%) 15 50 3.33 0 3 3 29 9.7 0 0
    15 NYJ W 42-21 20.1 34 (54.0%) 12 71 5.92 1 2 1 10 10.0 1 0
    16 CLE W 31-15 15.1 30 (41.1%) 8 55 6.88 0 2 2 36 18.0 1 0
    DP TEN L 12-28 3.1 28 (28.9%) 6 22 3.67 0 2 1 9 9.0 0 0
    2018
    Wk Opp Score FPts Snp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReTD FL
    5 WAS W 43-19 19.3 36 (54.5%) 16 53 3.31 2 3 2 20 10.0 0 0
    7 BAL W 24-23 4.2 35 (49.3%) 12 32 2.67 0 2 2 10 5.0 0 0
    8 MIN W 30-20 9.2 23 (43.4%) 13 63 4.85 0 3 3 29 9.7 0 0
    9 LAR W 45-35 3.6 34 (47.9%) 9 33 3.67 0 2 1 3 3.0 0 1
    10 CIN W 51-14 22.2 31 (41.3%) 13 104 8.00 0 3 3 58 19.3 1 0
    11 PHI W 48-7 22.3 30 (42.9%) 16 103 6.44 2 0 0 0 - 0 0
    12 ATL W 31-17 6.6 27 (47.4%) 11 52 4.73 0 2 2 14 7.0 0 0
    13 DAL L 10-13 2.8 21 (40.4%) 7 27 3.86 0 3 2 1 0.5 0 0
    14 TB W 28-14 11.3 29 (45.3%) 13 52 4.00 1 3 1 1 1.0 0 0
    15 CAR W 12-9 7.4 33 (44.6%) 12 63 5.25 0 2 2 11 5.5 0 0
    16 PIT W 31-28 10.3 32 (48.5%) 11 35 3.18 1 2 1 8 8.0 0 0
    17 CAR L 14-33 4.3 19 (36.5%) 5 28 5.60 0 2 2 15 7.5 0 0
    DP PHI W 20-14 6.2 31 (40.3%) 9 53 5.89 0 2 2 9 4.5 0 0
    CC LAR L 23-26 3.7 29 (43.3%) 9 31 3.44 0 2 2 6 3.0 0 0

    Touchdown Distances
    Rushing: 2, 1, 14, 1, 17, 1
    Receiving: 28

    2017
    Wk Opp Score FPts Snp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReTD FL
    1 MIN L 19-29 7.1 26 (41.9%) 6 17 2.83 0 5 5 54 10.8 0 0
    2 NE L 20-36 7.6 36 (55.4%) 8 52 6.50 0 5 4 24 6.0 0 0
    3 CAR W 34-13 8.6 29 (50.0%) 14 56 4.00 0 4 2 30 15.0 0 0
    4 MIA W 20-0 6.2 46 (62.2%) 14 45 3.21 0 8 4 17 4.3 0 0
    6 DET W 52-38 27.0 47 (66.2%) 25 114 4.56 2 5 5 36 7.2 0 1
    7 GB W 26-17 17.0 42 (55.3%) 22 105 4.77 1 5 4 5 1.3 0 0
    8 CHI W 20-12 15.9 31 (50.8%) 18 75 4.17 1 6 6 24 4.0 0 2
    9 TB W 30-10 7.9 36 (60.0%) 16 77 4.81 0 1 1 2 2.0 0 0
    10 BUF W 47-10 31.1 37 (48.1%) 21 131 6.24 3 0 0 0 - 0 0
    11 WAS W 34-31 21.5 28 (39.4%) 11 134 12.18 1 4 3 21 7.0 0 0
    12 LAR L 20-26 3.6 29 (50.9%) 11 31 2.82 0 3 2 5 2.5 0 0
    13 CAR W 31-21 18.2 36 (56.3%) 14 85 6.07 1 7 6 37 6.2 0 0
    14 ATL L 17-20 9.2 42 (80.8%) 12 49 4.08 0 5 4 43 10.8 0 0
    15 NYJ W 31-19 27.1 41 (60.3%) 12 74 6.17 2 6 5 77 15.4 0 0
    16 ATL W 23-13 12.6 32 (49.2%) 13 44 3.38 1 3 3 22 7.3 0 0
    17 TB L 24-31 5.4 33 (56.9%) 13 35 2.69 0 4 4 19 4.8 0 0
    WC CAR W 31-26 3.5 27 (46.6%) 9 22 2.44 0 1 1 13 13.0 0 0
    DP MIN L 24-29 2.8 27 (39.7%) 10 25 2.50 0 1 1 3 3.0 0 0

    Touchdown Distances
    Rushing: 1, 2, 12, 1, 1, 3, 3, 36, 3, 1, 50, 26