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News: 2 days agoIngram has been diagnosed with a mid-to-high left ankle sprain following an MRI, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Spin: Ingram was knocked out of Sunday's win at Philadelphia, receiving a season-low offensive snap share of 12 percent. He only managed five carries for 20 yards, which marked the fifth time in six games in which he failed to surpass 40 yards from scrimmage. The Ravens have entered their Week 7 bye, so Ingram may have enough time to recover for their next contest Nov. 1 against the Steelers. Behind Ingram, Gus Edwards and J.K. Dobbins are the next running backs up for Baltimore.
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.