ESPN Fantasy Projection: Volume is king in fantasy football, but Ingram did his best to be the exception to that rule during his first season as Baltimore's lead back. Despite handling only 37% of the team's carries and 7% of the targets, Ingram was fantasy's No. 11 scoring RB, thanks to the Ravens' high-scoring offense. Ingram ranked 22nd in touches and 15th in scrimmage yards, but his 15 touchdowns ranked fourth. An injury-plagued 2018 season aside, Ingram has been a top-15 fantasy RB each season since 2014. Despite the positivity, it will be hard to count on a repeat from Ingram in 2020. He's now 30, which means his volume is unlikely to rise (especially with J.K. Dobbins now in the mix), he plays a minimal role as a receiver and the Baltimore offense figures to regress in scoring. Ingram is a fringe RB2 with a low ceiling.