Whenever a player exits a perennially dominate offense like the New Orleans Saints, it’s rare for him to land in a situation that actually upgrades his outlook. But that’s the case with Mark Ingram II. While he’ll certainly miss sharing the field with a future Hall-of-Famer at quarterback and a team with Super Bowl makeup, he’ll shed a timeshare and has a good chance to produce career numbers. Here are three reasons why that will happen:
- Greg Roman is an elite offensive coordinator with a history of great rushing attacks.
- Ingram adds a missing dynamic to the run game and should lead the team in touches as a result.
- The Ravens boast a top offensive line and will continue to operate at a league-leading pace.