Mark Ingram Fantasy Outlook 2020

Mark Ingram Fantasy Outlook 2020

This is the best and realest Mark Ingram fantasy outlook 2020 on the internet. You can take that to the bank. Below you will get an in depth look at how Ingram will perform this year. We will look at every possible angle so that you have all the information you need in determining if you should draft Ingram 2020.

Mark Ingram Fantasy Outlook 2020

Team: Baltimore Ravens

Height: 5’9

Weight: 215

Age: 30

Year in NFL: Entering his 10th year

Mark Ingram Fantasy ADP & Half PPR Projections for 2020

ADP (Average Draft Position): 42

2020 Projection: 198 carries. 915 yards. 4 rush TDs. 15 receptions. 176 yards. 0 receiving TDs.

2020 Score Projection: 140.6

Mark Ingram Fantasy Outlook

Mark Ingram has been pretty consistent over his 9 year career. The former Heisman Trophy Winner has continued his physical run style in the NFL. Last season, Ingram had his 3rd 1,000 yard season in just his first year with the Ravens.

Greg Roman took over as Baltimore’s OC last season that produced an NFL MVP in QB Lamar Jackson. It is hard to find a team that is more run right at you than Baltimore.

They like to attack and deliver the first, second and third punch. Then, when a defense thinks they got them, Lamar is dashing past the edge defender for a big gain.

Look for more of the same after all the success Baltimore had last season with just maybe a few wrinkles here and there.

Pros & Cons

  • Run First Team
  • Great Atmosphere and Hype
  • QB had more rushing yards
  • Rookie 2nd round pick
  • Little production in the pass game

One cause for concern is the fact the Ravens drafted J.K. Dobbins in the second round during the 2020 Draft. Dobbins was very successful at Ohio State and should fit very well with Baltimore’s attacking style.

I bet they drafted Dobbins because he reminds them of Ingram. They are both similar in size and run with authority.

They may be planning for the future as Ingram is 30 years old and does not have as much juice as Dobbins. Nonetheless, Ingram still has plenty left in the tank. Just be cautious of the rookie stealing from the veteran. 

Oh yea, the MVP was the team’s leading rusher a season ago. This probably does not come as a surprise but Mark Ingram’s 1,000 yard season was bested by Jackson’s 1,206 yards rushing. Ingram did rush for 10 TDs to Jackson’s 7 but that could just have easily been flipped.

Baltimore Ravens Offensive Line 2020

Projected Starting Line: LT: Ronnie Stanley, LG: Bradley Bozeman, C: Matt Skura, RG: Ben Powers, RT: Orlando Brown

Ronnie Stanley was a first round pick in 2016. He has been very good to start his career and in 2019 he was a first team all pro. 

Bozeman was a sixth round pick in 2018. As a rookie he only started once, but last season he started every game at LG and is coming into his own.

Skura has been a starter for two years now at center. However, an injury in Week 12 cost him the rest of the season. 

Orlando Brown played at Oklahoma. Brown is the son of Ravens legend Orlando Brown Sr. He made the pro bowl last season but he is a limited athlete. His massive size helps him in the run game push defenders back. 

RG could be a toss up. Ben Powers was a rookie last season and Orlando Brown’s teammate at Oklahoma. He made 1 start. However, the Ravens drafted Ben Bredeson in the 4th round from Michigan. Bredeson fits what the Ravens are looking for, so expect competition at RG. Whomever becomes the starter has huge shoes to fill because 8 time pro bowler Marshal Yanda retired this offseason.

Overall, it is important to talk about the Ravens OL as a whole. It is impressive what they do together. There are times in the game you can see them all coming off the ball with an attitude and just wanting to maul people. It is their identity and they are good at it. Get ready to see it again in 2020.

Mark Ingram Strength of Schedule

The Ravens will face 5 of the top 10 defenses from 2019. It is a very favorable schedule for Baltimore because they will travel the least amount of any team this season. 

Mark Ingram and company will have 5 primetime games in 2020.

A Week 8 bye is good. You have enough time before the bye to see how Ingram is used so that after the bye you can make a decision to either keep him or trade him.

Mark Ingram Fantasy Playoff Schedule

Week 14 at Cleveland. Week 15 and 16 home against the Jaguars and Giants. Week 17 at the Bengals. That is as tasty of a fantasy playoff schedule that you can get. 

Mark Ingram Injury History

Ingram has been injured quite often in his career. He has never started all 16 games but has played a full 16 games three times. Last season he missed one game with a calf strain.

Mark Ingram Skillset

Home Run Ability: D+. Ingram is not known for taking it to the house from anywhere on the field. He was very effective however in the redzone last season.

Playmaking Ability: C. Once again, not one of Ingram’s strong suits.

Is Mark Ingram a Good Fantasy Pick?

No. He will have a couple of games worth noting but overall, avoud Ingram if you can. 


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