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|Despite flashing a bit in the season's final two games, Justice Hill was largely left out of the rushing bonanza that Baltimore put on last season. Edwards meanwhile took advantage of some blow-out victories to secure a quality follow-up to his solid rookie season. Fantasy prospects for both of these guys were positive heading into 2020, that was until Dobbins fell into the Ravens' lap in the 2nd round of the draft. With that selection went any realistic hopes of Hill or Edwards being a fantasy factor this season, or beyond. Between Jackson, Dobbins and Ingram, there will only be measly scraps left for these guys. It's going to take a long term injury or illness to pry them off the waiver wire.
| Mark Ingram in doubt to play Week 8?|
Sprained ankle in Week 6
By: Doug Orth | Mon Oct 19, 8:15 pm
|John Harbaugh believes RB Mark Ingram doesn't have a significant ankle injury and thinks he has a chance of playing against the Steelers on Nov. 1. (ESPN - Jamison Hensley)|
FFToday's Take: The Ravens get a well-timed bye in Week 7, but Harbaugh's comments suggests he isn't overly optimistic Ingram is back in two weeks. It could be just the opening fantasy owners of J.K. Dobbins have been waiting for. While Gus Edwards did see more snaps than Dobbins in Week 6, it's hard to imagine a physical inside-the-tackles runner like Edwards will get much going against the Steelers. If Ingram sits, consider Dobbins a high-upside flex and Edwards a low-upside flex.