Mark Ingram, certainly, as a 30-year-old running back, people say, well, last year was going to be the end, and it wasn’t. Last year, he was fantastic—ten touchdowns and 1,000 rushing yards, his third 1000-yard season. But alas, it was not meant to be, unfortunately, for Mark Ingram this year.
The Ravens back fell off the map this year. He was passed on the depth chart by not only Gus Edwards but also the young JK Dobbins. Now Ingram is sitting on the sidelines watching again.
He has been that guy many times in his career, even with Alvin Kamara back with the Saints. People would look at Ingram and say, no, you can’t think he’s valuable anymore because Kamara is in front of him. Well, both those guys were great a couple of years ago, and both of them finished basically as RB1s together on the same team. So Mark Ingram was an asset that consistently did defy the odds.
Unfortunately for Mark Ingram and his fantasy owners, the time has finally come. It is over; his value is gone.
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