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RB Mark Ingram - New Orleans Saints

5-9, 215Born: 12-21-1989College: AlabamaDrafted: Round 1, pick 28

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Recent Stats and Projections

1 vs OAK 29 12 58 0 2 2 29 0 0 8.7
2 at NYG 36 9 30 0 4 4 17 0 0 4.7
3 vs ATL 0 15 77 0 6 4 30 1 0 16.7
4 at SD PROJ-Dodds * 15 * * 3 * * * *
4 at SD PROJ-Tremblay * 16 * * 2 * * * *

Recent Game Summaries

2016 Week 2 vs NYG (9 / 30 / 0 rush, 4 / 4 / 17 / 0 rec)

Ingram showed impressive leg drive on the first play of the game, an inside handoff in which he pushed the pile for six hard-earned yards. Two plays later, he found a small lane off left guard for five yards. He began New Orleans' second drive with an inside give for just three. Ingram showed decent burst off right tackle to begin New Orleans' fourth possession, picking up nine yards but leaving more on the field. Ingram came out of the backfield later in the drive gaining five yards as a checkdown option. He caught a short dump-off to the left flat early in the third period for two yards, unable to find running room. Ingram slipped out of the backfield off play-action for his biggest play of the day, a 13-yard checkdown in the right flat. The veteran runner had very little success in the second half, never gaining more than two or three yards on any carry. Abandoning the run after realizing it offers little in the way of consistent yardage has been a pattern through New Orleans' first two games, but Ingram is still the unquestioned workhorse.

2016 Week 1 vs OAK (12 / 58 / 0 rush, 2 / 2 / 29 / 0 rec)

Operating as New Orleans' clear feature back without C.J. Spiller, Ingram kept the offense on schedule despite lacking a highlight run and being stopped for minimal yardage on several occasions. Ingram entered the statistical column on New Orleans' second drive, taking a checkdown in the middle of the field for nine yards. He found a large running lane off left guard two plays later, decisively cutting upfield for 12 yards. Ingram stayed heavily involved on a well-designed screen play later in the drive, following his blockers up the left sideline for 20 yards. Ingram found little running room on his next several carries, never gaining more than four yards apiece. Later, he found a lane off left guard for nine yards, finishing the run by pushing a pile of defenders, and followed it up with another short carry to move the chains. Ingram was swallowed up for a loss on his first carry of the second half. He grinded through the middle on an inside handoff early in the fourth quarter despite little room to run for three yards. Ingram's best run of the day came on the following drive, when he exhibited plus vision to follow his blockers on an inside handoff before using impressive leg drive to fall forward for a gain of 17. His locked-in position as the unquestioned RB1 on this high-powered offense makes him a meaningful part of any fantasy lineup.


Latest News

Saints | Mark Ingram totals 107 yards, TD (Tue Sep 27, 12:46 AM) - New Orleans Saints RB Mark Ingram carried 15 times for 77 yards in the Week 3 game against the Atlanta Falcons Monday, Sept. 26. He also hauled in four receptions for 30 yards and a touchdown on six targets.

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