RB Mark Ingram, Baltimore Ravens
HT: 5-9, WT: 215, Born: 12-21-1989, College: Alabama, Drafted: Round 1, Pick 28
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Average draft position
Current as of August 25th. [Full ADP list]Overall: T Austin (120), J Hunter (121), Mark Ingram (122), R Randle (123), C Shorts (124)
Position: D Freeman (116-RB42), T West (119-RB43), Mark Ingram (122 - RB44), A Williams (126-RB45), K Robinson (127-RB46)
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PPR Average draft position
Current as of August 25th. [Full PPR ADP list]Overall: C Shorts (122), Mark Ingram (124), H Nicks (126)
Position: D Williams (119-RB43), A Williams (121-RB44), Mark Ingram (124 - RB45), J Hill (127-RB46), K Robinson (131-RB47)
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Latest NewsRavens | J.K. Dobbins, Mark Ingram test COVID positive (Mon Nov 23, 02:58 PM) - Updating a previous report, Baltimore Ravens RBs J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, Nov. 22, and will be placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list Monday, Nov. 23. Our View: It's a short week for the Ravens since they play on Thanksgiving. Gus Edwards is expected to draw the start in Week 12 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
link to story Ravens | Mark Ingram barely involved (Sun Nov 22, 09:53 PM) - Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram rushed two times for two yards and failed to catch a pass in a 30-24 loss to the Tennessee Titans in Week 11. link to story Ravens | Baltimore's injury report for Week 11 (Fri Nov 20, 06:09 PM) - Baltimore Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf) and DT Brandon Williams (ankle) did not practice all week and are listed as doubtful for Week 11 versus the Tennessee Titans. CB Jimmy Smith (ankle) was limited in practice for a second straight day Friday, Nov. 20, while LB L.J. Fort (finger) practiced in full all week; both players are listed as questionable. DE Derek Wolfe (non-injury) was added to the injury report and did not practice Friday but is expected to play. DB Anthony Levine (non-injury), OT Orlando Brown Jr. (non-injury), RB Mark Ingram (non-injury) and LB Pernell McPhee (non-injury) were not given practice designations Friday but are expected to be active. Our View: Campbell and Williams being out is great news for Derrick Henry, who was excellent against a tough Colts run defense despite playing from behind.
link to story Ravens | Mark Ingram not on field (Thu Nov 19, 05:23 PM) - Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram (non-injury) did not participate in practice Thursday, Nov. 19. link to story Ravens | Thursday's practice report for Baltimore (Thu Nov 19, 05:07 PM) - Baltimore Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf), DT Brandon Williams (ankle), RB Mark Ingram (non-injury), LB Pernell McPhee (non-injury) and QB Trace McSorley (non-injury) did not participate in practice Thursday, Nov. 19. CB Jimmy Smith (ankle) was limited. LB L.J. Fort (finger) practiced in full. DB Anthony Levine (non-injury) and OT Orlando Brown (non-injury) were not given practice designations after failing to log full practices earlier in the week. link to story More News
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2013 Game Summaries
Week 1 - Mark Ingram had a dismal day running the ball. He tied Thomas for a team high nine carries, but managed only 11 yards. It should be pointed out that his long run on the day was for seven yards, meaning that the other eight carries only added four yards. His lack of vision was obvious and he had three carries that resulted in lost yardage. Coach Payton did trust Ingram enough to call his number in the second quarter, when the Saints faced a 4th down and one. Ingram ran into his blocker in the backfield on that play and lost a yard, turning the ball over to the Falcons. Ingram was not targeted on the day.
Week 2 - Mark Ingram didn't have much room to run and the saints line didn't do him any favors by opening no holes against the Bucs front. Ingram was given two goal line carries, but looked terrible with the ball in his hands. On second and goal from the one yard line, Ingram was stood up by S Dashon Goldson off a pitch left. Ingram showed no speed or power on the play and was driven backwards and fumbled the ball out of bounds. Two plays later, on fourth down, Ingram showed no ability to fight for yards as he was stuffed again just short of the goal line for a turnover on downs. The Bucs D-Line showed clear domination at the point of attack, driving the Saints backward even though they only had 10 defenders on the field on the fourth down goal line stop.
Week 9 - Mark Ingram was active for the first time in six weeks. He was not very effective and did not have a big role in the game plan. On one of his carries, Brees had to turn around to make the handoff as it looked like Ingram ran to the wrong side and the play gained only one yard. Two plays later, he had a huge hole and ran hard for a 13-yard gain. He also had one target on the game on a short route across the middle, but the pass fell incomplete.
Week 10 - Ingram had a target on the initial drive as the Cowboys rush forced Brees to throw short, but Ingram dropped the pass. Ingram had three carries on the Saints third possession and ran hard on each one. He gained only 1 yard on the first and last carries, but fought hard for extra yards on both carries. His big play came on a cut-back that was blocked extremely well and he ran hard for a gain of 13 yards and a first down. He was so excited by the play that he spiked the ball and was called for delay of game. Ingram continued to run well to start the second half, running hard up the middle through big holes on consecutive plays gaining 14 and 34 yards for two first downs. The second run was one of the first this season that displayed some speed. Ingram again played a significant role on the next possession, the team's first scoring drive of the second half. His first run was an effective sweep that covered 15 yards and also had a face-mask penalty. He caught a screen pass on the next play for a gain of 6 yards. Ingram finished off the drive with a quick burst up the middle for a 4-yard TD run. Ingram finished the game strong, adding a reception for 9 yards and later carrying the ball three consecutive times in the Saints final scoring drive for 5 yards, 15 yards, and finally for 31 yards. He displayed burst and vision, but it should be pointed out that the Cowboys defense was thoroughly finished at that point.
Week 11 - Mark Ingram was targeted on the initial drive but did not make the reception. Ingram had a very nice run on the Saints first TD drive, running hard through a nice hole and showing good vision on his cut running for 15 yards and the drive's initial first down. Ingram lost a yard on his first carry of the second half, running directly into his blockers as the 49ers stuffed the play. Ingram was featured on consecutive plays early in the 3rd quarter, catching a short pass over the middle for a gain of 4 yards and then running hard up the middle breaking away from the tackler and adding a couple of yards leaning forward. Ingram had one carry on each of the Saints first two field goal drives of the 4th quarter, but gained only 2 yards on each of the runs. He did not have a touch on the game winning drive.
Week 12 - Ingram once again ran hard and demonstrated a little more quickness and agility than what football fans have seen from him since he entered the NFL. He was close to breaking runs past the first and second level on a consistent basis in this game. He showed determination both up the middle and at the edge of the defense for positive gains, including a play where the official called his progress stopped a little too early in the fourth quarter and assessed the Saints a five-yard loss that should have been a nice gain if the referee waited just a beat longer to call the play dead. At the same time, Ingram missed a hole off right guard to bounce this play outside and get into this situation. Ingram looks like a runner who is on the verge of making a consistent contribution when called upon, but it depends on the health of Darren Sproles and the way the game unfolds in New Orleans. The reason is that Ingram is best-suited for an I formation ground game or an offense where he can earn 15-20 touches.
Week 13 - Mark Ingram was also running hard in the early going, but with little success, picking up 8 yards on his first three carries. Ingram ran out the clock with 3 straight carries for 6 yards.
Week 14 - Mark Ingram had the first rush for the Saints on their second possession, but gained only a yard as the Panthers controlled the line of scrimmage. He had another carry in the first half and gained 4 yards and a first down. His best play in the first half came on a blitz pick-up as Brees was able to hit Ben Watson in stride for a 20-yard gain for a first down. Ingram had only three carries for the game.
Week 15 - Mark Ingram started the game, but did not get a carry until their third possession. He ran hard for a gain of 5 yards. Ingram caught a drop off from Brees on a play action pass where Ingram was obviously the second or third target, but made a nice move to the outside and gained 16 yards and a first down. Ingram later caught a screen pass on the Saints first TD drive and made several nifty moves to avoid defenders and then was able to drive through the tackle for a gain of 23 yards and a first down.
Week 16 - Mark Ingram did not get a carry until the Saints third possession, but he was by far the most productive rusher on the day. His first run was the first play in the drive that led to the Saints first field goal. He ran hard and pushed the pile forward gaining 9 yards. He carried again on the next play and gained 5 yards and a first down. On the Saints third play of the possession after they recovered the onsides kick, Ingram had an impressive run where he broke outside away from the stacked defense and sprinted down the sideline. Near the end of the play, Ingram made another sharp cut back to the middle of the field and totaled 34 yards on the play and a first down in the red zone. Ingram continued to run hard in the second half gaining 13 yards and two carries on the initial drive in the 3rd quarter and also catching a rare pass for a gain of 7 yards. He had three more carries in the next two drives for 14 yards, but was injured on the last carry and left the game for a while. He returned late in the game as the Saints were attempting to run the clock, but had little to no success, gaining only four more yards on four carries.
Week 17 - Ingram was cycled into the lineup only a few times on Sunday against the Buccaneers. To start the 2nd quarter, Ingram broke a 15 yard run off right tackle, breaking tackles along the way for his biggest gain of the day. Ingram totaled four touches, three carries and one pass target. Overall, Ingram didn't see the field a lot, but was fairly effective when he did see time.
Week 18 - Mark Ingram carried the load in the running game and ran very well scoring the only rushing TD of the game for the Saints. He opened the game with a 17 yard gain as he broke to the outside and showed some speed. He ran physical on every carry and only occasionally showed hesitation hitting the hole. Ingram was also used in the passing game a little more with Pierre Thomas out and caught three passes on four targets for 17 yards, all in the first half. He had his most production in the Saints TD drive midway through the 3rd quarter. On that drive, he had five carries and gained 26 yards, including the last 4 yards on his TD run. All told, he rushed for six first downs and converted another first down on a reception. He did slow down in the 4th quarter carrying three times for only 6 yards and his only lost yardage play of the game.
Week 19 - Mark Ingram made several good runs and actually averaged more per carry (4.9 ypc) than Robinson, but had a couple of critical errors in the game. On the Saints first possession, he dropped a screen pass that could have converted a first down, instead causing the Saints to open the game with a three and out. On their next drive, he had his best production of the game. His first carry went for 8 yards and he broke a tackle at the line of scrimmage to pick up that yardage. The next play the offensive line blocked well and Ingram made a solid cut, gaining 10 yards and a first down. A few plays later, the line again blocked well and Ingram made the edge showing quickness for a gain of 12 yards and another first down. His worst play of the game happened on the Saints third possession. On his second straight carry, he was hit hard at the line of scrimmage and fumbled the ball, with the Seahawks recovering. Shortly thereafter, the Seahawks scored and gained a 13-0 advantage. Ingram did not have another touch in the first half. He was much less productive in the second half, occasionally dancing some before hitting the hole, particularly on a 1st and goal situation where he lost a yard. He had only five carries in the second half, gaining 15 yards. He was able to convert the Saints two point attempt after their first TD to close the deficit to only eight points.