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RB Justin Forsett - Baltimore Ravens

5-8, 194Born: 10-14-1985College: CaliforniaDrafted: ---

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Recent Stats and Projections

17 vs CLE 17 119 0 4 2 17 0 0
18 at PIT 16 36 0 2 1 7 0 1
19 at NE 24 129 0 2 2 17 1 0

Recent Game Summaries

2014 Week 18 vs PIT (16 / 36 / 0 rush, 2 / 1 / 7 / 0 rec)

Justin Forsett had an ugly looking stat line to match his mediocre performance. Forsett is in no danger of losing his job. Pierce didn't see a snap after failing to pick up a blitzing linebacker even after his fumble. Forsett found very little running room outside of the Ravens first 3 posessions because of the Steelers success getting backfield penetration on zone running plays. Forsett had a couple runs that were destroyed by Steve McLendon. The first came on the opening drive as he drove Zuttah back several yards tripping Flacco before he could get the ball to Forsett. Forsett took his first carry for a gain of 9 running behind Hurst and Daniels to the outside. Running behind Urschel and Zuttah Forsett sprinted up the middle for 14 more yards. Forsett was replaced by Pierce in the red zone who ran for a touchdown from 5 yards out. Forsett's first carry of the second half went for -4 yards as McLendon again bulldozed Zuttah deep into the backfield. Forsett lost his first fumble of the year running into Owen Daniels' butt who was overpowered by Harrison.

2014 Week 19 vs NE (24 / 129 / 0 rush, 2 / 2 / 17 / 1 rec)

Justin Forsett was unstoppable behind the Ravens reshuffled offensive line. Forsett had very little trouble finding creases for nice chunks of yardage but also avoided negative plays. Had the Ravens been able to maintain a lead Forsett would have seen significantly more carries and had a huge game. The Ravens lineman dominated the line of scrimmage. Forsett had 2 impressive runs to the left behind Hurst to open the game. Forsett showed the patience he had all season before gliding into the second level. Beating would be tacklers through the hole and to the corner. Forsett's first big gain came on a pitch play to the right with Yanda and Daniels pulling and sealing off defenders at the second level; Leaving Forsett free to sprint up the sideline untouched for 15 yards. Forsett snuck between Hurst and Osemele into the second level for 12 more yards. Jamie Collins lost contain as Forsett released to the flat allowing him to catch a simple swing pass and run untouched 20 yards for a touchdown.


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