RB Mark Ingram II - Baltimore Ravens

5-9, 215Born: 12-21-1989College: AlabamaDrafted: Round 1, pick 2011

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From the upgrade/downgrade report (Mon Nov 11): It's not Ingram's fault that the Ravens defense put the game away before he could rack up carries. He still got a score and should be in lineups every week as a high ceiling RB2.

General News (Fri Nov 15): practiced fully on Friday and is not on the team's injury report. He will be available to play this week.

General News (Thu Nov 14): practiced fully on Thursday.

General News (Wed Nov 13): did not practice on Wednesday (he was excused).

Week 11: vs Houston Texans - $7500

All RB vs HOU

FBG says: Tough matchup. The Ravens rushing offense, led by Lamar Jackson and his 702 rushing yards, continues to put up ridiculous numbers on a weekly basis as they lead the league with 197.2 rushing yards per game--an average of over 35 more rushing yards per game than the next best rushing offense. Jackson put up over 60 rushing yards for the sixth straight game last week despite playing just three-quarters of the game due to the blowout win. He has rushed for at least one touchdown in four straight weeks and is capable of making dazzling plays with the ball in his hands--as displayed by his flashy 47-yard touchdown run last week. Mark Ingram has been no slouch either as he is averaging 5.0 yards per carry with eight rushing touchdowns on the season. His season-low nine carries last week was a bit of an anomaly, as Ingram has seen between 12-19 carries in every game this season while working as the primary goal-line back when Jackson isn't taking it in himself. Gus Edwards has worked in on short-yardage situations from time to time, but has rarely seen more than half the snaps of Ingram and remains a non-factor in this rushing offense. The Ravens offensive line stayed healthy through last week's game despite both Ronnie Stanley and Marshal Yanda missing some practice. Both expect to play again as they compose a top-tier run-blocking unit. Coming out of the Week 10 bye, the Texans run defense looks to continue their hot streak from recent weeks. Since Week 5, the Texans have allowed zero rushing touchdowns to running backs while just one player has exceeded 44 rushing yards against them over that span. Even with the recent loss of J.J. Watt, this defensive line continues to play well against the run with big-bodied nose tackle D.J. Reader absolutely dominating at the line of scrimmage. Linebackers Benardrick McKinney and Zach Cunningham are both also playing very well against the run. These two have been key contributors to this defense allowing just the third-fewest rushing yards per game (84.1), only three rushing touchdowns on the season, and a long run of just 30 yards. Lamar Jackson will be an entirely new challenge for the Texans as they have yet to face a true rushing quarterback. The Texans did give up 34 and 56 rushing yards to Gardner Minshew in two games against him, but beyond that, these linebackers have done a good job limiting quarterbacks to fewer than eight rushing yards in all other games. This should be an exciting matchup in the trenches as the Texans will pose one of the stiffest challenges yet for this elite Ravens ground game.

Recent Stats and Projections

WEEKOPPoSNAPRSHYDTDTARGRECYDTDFumLSalPtsFP/$
7 at SEA 30 12 46 0 1 1.0 7 0 0 7500 5.80 0.77
9 vs NE 31 15 115 0 3 2.0 29 0 1 7300 13.40 1.84
10 at CIN 23 9 34 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 8000 9.40 1.17
11 vs HOU 0 13 48 0 4 3.0 37 2 0 7500 22.00 2.93
11 vs HOU PROJ-Dodds * 13 * * 1.9 * * * * * *
11 vs HOU PROJ-Tremblay * 15 * * 2.0 * * * * * *
11 vs HOU PROJ-Bloom * 14 * * 2.0 * * * * * *

Weekly Performance vs RB 1, RB 12, RB 24, RB 36

Percentile ranks

Mark Ingram II's percentile rank in each category, among RB with more than 50 fantasy points.

Recent Game Summaries

2019 Week 10 vs CIN (9 / 34 / 1 rush, 0 / 0 / 0 / 0 rec - 9.4 points, $8000)

The Ravens opened the game with a heavy dose of Ingram but the flow of the game resulted in Ingram not getting much work throughout the game. The Ravens passing attack was so effective it did not allow for long methodical drives where Ingram could accumulate yards and carries. The Bengals also conceded two defensive scores limiting the Ravens time of possession. The Ravens took what the defense gave them against the Bengals and expect more of the same going forward. Ingram looked like he was going to be stopped for no gain on a run up the middle but fought through two arm tackles to pick up 7 yards. Ingram got consecutive carries from the 1 yard line and scored 1 yard touchdown on the second.

2019 Week 9 vs NE (15 / 115 / 0 rush, 3 / 2 / 29 / 0 rec - 13.4 points, $7300)

Mark Ingram was playing very well until he lost a fumble. Ingram found much of his success early in the game finding running lanes and exploiting them for big gains. Ingram made two nice plays in the passing game and would've had a 3rd but Jackson rushed the throw. Ingram got a pitch from Jackson on an option play and broke contain for a 13 yard gain. Ingram followed a nice block from Matt Skura and burst into the second level for 14 yards. Ingram ran through a huge lane created by Marshal Yanda and went almost untouched for 53 yards. Ingram sprinted through the hole nearly at full speed. Ingram was wrapped up and stripped as he went to the ground on his next carry. Ingram made a pair of catches in the flat and totaled 29 yards on his two catches. Ingram was able to out flank a linebacker in coverage on each play then escape down the sideline.

2019 Week 7 vs SEA (12 / 46 / 0 rush, 1 / 1 / 7 / 0 rec - 5.8 points, $7500)

Mark Ingram struggled to find room to run against the Seahawks. Ingram had his moments but has not found the same running lanes inside that he found earlier in the season. Teams seem intent on taking away the big plays from Ingram and forcing Jackson to beat them on the edge or with his arm. Ingram is still running hard and playing well. Ingram looks quick and is still fighting through contact but he is not being allowed to build a head of steam as he used to. Despite this Ingram still averaged nearly 4 yards per carry and should be a key part of the Ravens offense going forward especially in goal line or short yardage situations.

2019 Week 6 vs CIN (13 / 52 / 1 rush, 3 / 2 / 22 / 0 rec - 14.4 points, $7500)

Mark Ingram has struggled to find room to run the last few weeks. Teams seem intent on not letting Ingram run inside and seem to want to make Jackson beat them with his legs or arm. As a result the Jackson and the Ravens have found more success running on the edges than inside where Ingram has done most of his damage. The consistent 7 or 8 yard gains that were there for Ingram haven't been there in recent weeks. However, Ingram remains the Ravens lead back and has seen more involvement in the passing game recently. Ingram also is still in charge of goal line duties. Ingram caught a screen pass and made a nice move to pick up 11 yards. Ingram ran off right guard for a 1 yard touchdown. On 3rd and short Ingram ran a shallow crossing route and picked up 11 yards. Ingram best run of the game was a toss where he followed Willie Snead and Marshal Yanda around the edge for a 12 yard gain.

2019 Week 5 vs PIT (19 / 44 / 1 rush, 2 / 2 / 5 / 0 rec - 11.9 points, $7500)

Mark Ingram struggled to find room to run against the Steelers. Ingram was not able to get to the second level with a head of steam as he had in previous games. Ingram was frequently met at or behind the line of scrimmage and was forced to run through contact instead of running lanes. Ingram was used more often as a check down option for Jackson than in previous weeks. Ingram securing more targets only boosts his fantasy value especially if he is struggling to find running room. Ingram followed a nice block from a pulling Bradley Bozeman and found 14 yards on his first carry. Ingram followed a surge from the left side of Baltimore's offensive line and fought though contact to score a 4 yard rushing touchdown. Mark Ingram had a 17 yard reception negated by an offensive pass interference penalty.

2019 Week 4 vs CLE (12 / 71 / 0 rush, 1 / 1 / 0 / 0 rec - 7.6 points, $7800)

Mark Ingram played very well outside of a costly fumble with the Ravens in scoring position. Ingram found holes and picked up good yardage on his carries running hard through contact. Ingram was able to consistently rip off gains of 8 and 9 yards running behind the interior of the Ravens' offensive line. Ingram followed a pulling Bradley Bozeman into the second level and literally just ran behind him for an 18 yard gain. After a couple of nice runs Ingram and the Ravens moved into scoring position Mark Ingram fumbled and the Browns recovered. The fumble killed the Ravens momentum and was the Ravens first turnover of the season. Ingram successfully converted a 2 point attempt with a run off right guard.

2019 Week 3 vs KC (16 / 103 / 3 rush, 4 / 4 / 32 / 0 rec - 33.5 points, $7100)

Mark Ingram continues to look great running and catching the ball. Ingram gets downhill in a hurry and once he has a head of steam its very hard for one defender to bring him down. Ingram consistently made defenders miss and saw usage in the pass game. Ingram got around the edge running right and followed two great blocks from wide receivers on his first carry gaining 21 yards. Ingram went untouched through a massive hole for a 2 yard touchdown on the Ravens opening possession. Ingram went untouched into the second level following great blocks from Orlando Brown Jr. and Willie Snead on his way to a 19 yard touchdown run. Ingram got downhill in a hurry and chewed up yards once he got going. Ingram was wrapped up by two Chiefs defenders short of the line to gain but managed to fight out of two tackles for a 6 yard gain on 3rd and 5. Ingram scored his 3rd touchdown up the middle on a 1 yard carry. Ingram caught a shovel pass for 10 yards on an improvised play. A few plays later Ingram picked up 13 yards with hard running after catching a check down. Expect the Ravens to lean heavily on Ingram if Jackson is struggling throwing the ball.

2019 Week 2 vs ARI (13 / 47 / 0 rush, 2 / 2 / 30 / 0 rec - 8.7 points, $7500)

Mark Ingram found limited success running the ball. The Cardinals defensive ends consistently collapsed in in an effort to slow the Ravens rushing attack. This created avenues for Lamar Jackson to run but resulted in a modest day statistically for Ingram. Ingram gained the edge off right tackle and followed Hayden Hurst into the second level on a 16 yard gain. Ingram made a 20 yard catch up the sideline lined up at wide receiver but absorbed a hard hit to the back from DJ Swearinger forcing him out of the game for the remainder of the series. Ingram picked up 10 yards on a dump off out of the backfield. Ingram played well, ran hard, and made plays in the passing game. Ingram was also the back in the game when the Ravens were in the red zone so expect him to continue to lead the Baltimore backfield barring an injury. Ingram sealed the game for the Ravens with back to back carries of 11 yards and 1 yard fighting through heavy contact on each.

2019 Week 1 vs MIA (14 / 107 / 2 rush, 0 / 0 / 0 / 0 rec - 22.7 points, $6600)

Mark Ingram followed a beautiful block from Patrick Ricard and ran over a defender at the second level to break into the open field and pick up 49 yards on his first carry. Ingram got two carries inside the Dolphins' 6 yard line and scored a 1 yard touchdown. Ingram ran hard each time he got the ball. The collisions he created with defenders were very loud and violent. Ingram scored his second touchdown of the game off left tackle and went untouched for the 2 yard score. Ingram was able to gain chunks of 8 or 9 yards consistently throughout the game and was never stopped for a loss of yardage.

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Latest News

Ravens | Mark Ingram has two receiving scores (Sun Nov 17, 04:59 PM) - Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram rushed 13 times for just 48 yards in Week 11 against the Houston Texans, but he added three grabs for 37 yards and two touchdowns on his four targets.

Our View: Ingram was nifty in the open field as a receiver and converted his opportunities. He's a boom/bust RB2 with the Rams up next.
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Ravens | Mark Ingram ready to play (Fri Nov 15, 07:31 PM) - Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram (non-injury) fully participated in practice Friday, Nov. 15, and is not on the injury report for Week 11.

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Ravens | Baltimore's injury report for Week 11 (Fri Nov 15, 04:24 PM) - Baltimore Ravens DT Michael Pierce (ankle) did not practice all week and is listed as doubtful for Week 11 against the Houston Texans. WR Marquise Brown (ankle) and WR Chris Moore (thumb) were limited in practice Friday, Nov. 15, and are listed as questionable. CB Brandon Carr (non-injury), RB Mark Ingram (non-injury), CB Jimmy Smith (non-injury), S Earl Thomas (non-injury, knee) and DT Brandon Williams (non-injury) were full participants in practice Friday and no longer appear on the injury report.

Our View: Brown is likely to go and is facing a woeful Texans secondary, but check back Sunday just make sure he is active.
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Ravens | Mark Ingram back on the field (Thu Nov 14, 07:55 PM) - Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram (non-injury) fully participated in practice Thursday, Nov. 14.

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Ravens | Baltimore's Thursday practice report (Thu Nov 14, 04:30 PM) - Baltimore Ravens DT Michael Pierce (ankle), WR Marquise Brown (ankle) and DT Brandon Williams (non-injury) did not participate in practice Thursday, Nov. 14. WR Chris Moore (thumb) was limited. CB Brandon Carr (non-injury), RB Mark Ingram (non-injury), CB Jimmy Smith (non-injury) and S Earl Thomas (non-injury, knee) were able to practice in full.

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11vs Houston Texans
12@ Los Angeles Rams
13vs San Francisco 49ers
14@ Buffalo Bills
15vs New York Jets
16@ Cleveland Browns
17vs Pittsburgh Steelers