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2020 Running Back Usage: Baltimore Ravens

How were the Ravens’ runners used in 2020? What can we expect moving forward?

How were the Ravens' runners used in 2020? What can we expect moving forward?

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2020 Running Back Usage: Baltimore Ravens
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Derron Magda
1 year ago

Really counting on 1200- 1400 tot yards and 12 TDs from Dobbins this year. I think the Ravens get more creative with his touches this upcoming season.

Richard Davis
Reply to  Derron Magda
1 year ago

I agree. Dobbins just looked so “explosive” whenever he touched the ball last season, it was obvious he was the best RB on the team. If they don’t give him RB1 touches, it’s just pure coaching negligence.

Reply to  Richard Davis
1 year ago

Gus Edwards production is just too much to ignore. I see a RBBC, with Dobbins as the lead. I doubt Dobbins ends up being a true #1.

Richard Craven
1 year ago

Dobbins about to eat plain and simple

Wendell Bera
1 year ago

Your just looking at last years numbers, but how do the numbers compare to the previous year when Dobbins wasn’t in the picture? Was the distribution and usage similar between Ingram/Edwards/Hill? Or did any one player dominate any areas? If Ingram is removed from the equation, barring any additions to the rb’s, it might change how they handle the workload going forward.

Josh3119
1 year ago

Gotta buy low on Edwards while there is still time…..

Richard Davis
1 year ago

No, I agree, Edwards looked good too, and produced, but to me(eye test) Dobbins just looked so GOOD/Explosive every time he touched the ball. Like he was just faster and quicker than everyone else on the field. idk if that will mean anything in terms of fantasy, especially if the coaching staff doesn’t give him the amount of touches needed to be a RB1, but I believe his skill level could make him the OVERALL RB1 if he ever got enough touches

Slick M.
1 year ago

I agree with you Richard. All we can hope is coaches get outta the way and let the man eat! He is more than capable!

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