The 31-year old Ingram didn't look the same this season en route to a modest 299 rushing yards and two touchdowns on just 72 attempts. As the season wore on, Ingram was simply phased out of the offense in favor of Gus Edwards and rookie JK Dobbins. Ingram posted his third 1,000 yard season just last year, but his 4.2 yards per carry average was his lowest since 2012. If Ingram wants to continue playing, there's surely going to be a team out there willing to make him part of a committee or sign him as veteran insurance to their starter. However, it looks like Ingram's best days are now behind him and the future of the former Heisman Trophy winner is murky at best. Ingram is currently our RB67 and that seems likely to drop even further unless he somehow finds himself in a surprisingly desirable destination.