After his eight-year run with the New Orleans Saints, Ingram is now the starting running back for the Baltimore Ravens. This run-heavy offense bodes well for the veteran running back as he will prove himself in the new city. Ingram’s production can go through the roof when he continues to get targeted inside the 5-yard line. Ingram has been placing at the top in TD and OTD along with touches inside the 5-yard line. Keep an eye on Ingram and don’t be hesitant to draft him.
Jackson has the potential to be a solid QB1 for your squad if you can scoop him later than most quarterbacks. He has shown poor pass accuracy (nearly 22% off-target) and completion rate, but his legs and ability to run the ball make up for that in some leagues. The defense is the stronger side of this team, and it will be on Lamar Jackson to set the tone for the offense.
Marquise Brown and Gus Edwards
This 2019-2020 season doesn’t seem to be too hot for Brown and Edwards. Brown is a rookie WR joining a run-heavy offense. Even though Edwards is a running back, he is now playing behind Mark Ingram. No value in these players unless you have a heavy BYE week.
Ravens defense is the best in the AFC North and will be one of the best across the whole league. Draft them once defenses start getting taken.