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|As part of their offensive shakeup, Edwards was Inserted into the starting lineup with Lamar Jackson in Week 11. He then went on a mini tear over the next seven weeks, piling up five games of 80+ yards on the ground to go along with two touchdowns. It was an out-of-nowhere performance that likely saved a few fantasy seasons, but will likely be the highlight of his career. The Ravens signed Mark Ingram to be their starter, and drafted home run hitter Justice Hill in the 4th round of the draft. Kenneth Dixon is also still kicking around on the roster as well. Edwards will find his way into a few carries a game, but as a near zero in the passing game ( I mean that literally, he only had 2 receptions on 2 targets in 11 games) and Jackson accounting for a host of rushes a game, Edwards doesn't have a clear patch to touches. His value lies in his volume, and there just won't be enough there to be more than an Ingram handcuff or end of the roster stash.
| Mark Ingram expected to play|
By: Mike Krueger | Sat Jan 11, 9:22 am
|#Ravens RB Mark Ingram is expected to play today vs. the #Titans, but his calf will be monitored for reinjury. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Ingram had a setback with his calf injury and was limited in practice this week. The risk of re-injury makes him a no touch in fantasy lineups this week and make Gus Edwards a deep flier for GPP lineups.
| Mark Ingram limited Thursday|
Questionable for divisional round
By: Doug Orth | Thu Jan 9, 7:10 pm
|Harbaugh said that Mark Ingram was limited. “We’ll just have to see how it goes.” (The Athletic - Jeff Zrebiec)|
FFToday's Take: Ingram has reportedly been very diligent with his rehab since his calf tightened on him last week, and the expectation is that the former Saint will give it a shot Saturday versus the Titans. If he doesn't, Gus Edwards should be considered a DFS staple and possesses huge upside. It's not crazy to believe Edwards is worth using in DFS regardless, as Baltimore probably will not push Ingram any more than it has to.