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Jan 8, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 1, 2023 17 93 5.5 22 0 9
Dec 24, 2022 12 59 4.9 14 0 5
Dec 17, 2022 13 125 9.6 37 0 12
Dec 11, 2022 15 120 8.0 44 1 18

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2022 520 5.65 2 7 42 1 8610.8
2021
2020 805 6.01 9 18 120 15010
3y Avg. 402 6.00 4 9 60 708.8
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Fantasy News

  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Tops 100 scrimmage yards in loss

    Dobbins rushed 13 times for 62 yards while catching four of five targets for 43 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-17 wild-card round loss to the Bengals. Dobbins managed to stretch the ball over the goal line on his two-yard touchdown catch to get the Ravens on the board in the second quarter. He was also Baltimore's most effective option on the ground, finishing with one more carry than Gus Edwards and eight more rushing yards than quarterback Tyler Huntley. After two surgeries on his knee, Dobbins finally looks to have regained pre-injury form, which will make the 2020 second-round pick out of Ohio State an enticing fantasy option in 2023 as the lead back in a run-first Ravens offense that's likely to be quarterbacked by Lamar Jackson (knee).
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Set to face Bengals

    Dobbins is listed as active for Sunday's playoff opener against the Bengals. As is top tight end Mark Andrews, after both players were rested during Baltimore's regular-season finale last weekend. In his return to action Sunday, look for Dobbins to lead his team's backfield versus Cincinnati in a matchup in which the Ravens figure to lean heavily on their ground game in the continued absence of top QB Lamar Jackson (knee).
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Confirmed inactive

    Dobbins (rest) is inactive for Sunday's game in Cincinnati. TE Mark Andrews and G Kevin Zeitler also are inactive after not having injury designations for the game. Other starters may be rested as well in preparation for the wild-card round, and QB Tyler Huntley (shoulder) joins QB Lamar Jackson (knee) on the inactive list. Dobbins, Andrews and Zeitler will be back for the playoffs; the real question is whether Jackson and/or Huntley will be.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Slated to rest for Week 18

    The Ravens are expected to hold Dobbins out for rest purposes in Sunday's regular-season finale against the Bengals, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Though Dobbins doesn't carry an injury designation for the contest, the Ravens are inclined to err on the side of caution with the running back, who returned from injured reserve Week 14 and has logged double-digit carries in each of the team's subsequent four games. Dobbins should take back the lead role out of the backfield during the wild-card round of the playoffs, but in his expected absence for Week 18, Gus Edwards is in line to serve as the Ravens' top option on the ground. Meanwhile, Justice Hill and Kenyan Drake should re-enter the mix for change-of-pace roles behind Edwards.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Bust Alert (Start/Sit)

    Dobbins ran well in Week 17 against Pittsburgh, but he had an empty stat line with 17 carries for 93 yards and no touchdowns or targets for nine PPR points. That's the fear with Dobbins when he's not running for 125 yards that if he doesn't score a touchdown he's going to hurt your Fantasy team, especially with a limited role in the passing game. The Bengals are a tough matchup since Cincinnati has allowed just three running backs all season to eclipse 70 rushing yards. And the Bengals have held Derrick Henry, Nick Chubb, Leonard Fournette and Rhamondre Stevenson to 44 rushing yards or less over the past five games. I like Dobbins as just a flex this week, with his value higher in non-PPR leagues.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Leads backfield with 93 yards

    Dobbins rushed 17 times for 93 yards and was not targeted in the passing game in Sunday's 16-13 loss to Pittsburgh. This Steelers-Ravens rivalry game lived up to the billing, producing a physical, low-scoring bout. Dobbins did his part by churning out big chunks on the ground despite facing six-man defensive fronts at times. Head coach John Harbaugh stuck with the hot hand after fellow back Gus Edwards (three carries for two yards) struggled early in the contest. It will be important to monitor the result of the Bengals' game on Monday, as the Ravens will still have a chance to play for the division crown next week if Cincinnati loses to the Bills. If Baltimore enters Week 18 with nothing meaningful to play for, it wouldn't be surprising to see the oft-injured Dobbins' playing time limited in preparation for postseason play.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Splits workload Saturday

    Dobbins carried the ball 12 times for 59 yards and failed to catch his only target in Saturday's 17-9 win over the Falcons. The third-year back handled one more carry than Gus Edwards but was outgained by the veteran 99 yards to 59 on a cold day that saw the Ravens lean heavily on their ground game. Dobbins has seen between 12 and 15 touches in all three games since returning from a knee injury, and with Baltimore having locked up a playoff spot Saturday, his workload will likely remain capped in Week 17 versus the Steelers. He reached 120 rushing yards in each of those first two games however, so he might still be productive even on that volume.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Not on injury report

    Dobbins (knee/rest) isn't listed on Wednesday's injury report as the Ravens prepare for a home game against Atlanta on Saturday. The Ravens listed Dobbins as a non-participant Tuesday before he was back in action in full capacity Wednesday. He's topped 100 rushing yards in both of his games since returning from injured reserve, but with only 28 carries total and while playing less than half of Baltimore's offensive snaps in both games. Dobbins may get more work down the stretch, and Saturday's matchup with the Falcons should help out in that regard.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: No practice for maintenance

    Dobbins (rest/knee) didn't practice Tuesday. The decision to list him as 'rest/knee' suggests this is just about maintenance for Dobbins, who has stepped back in as the team's lead runner with back-to-back 100-yard games following his activation from injured reserve. His workloads have been modest, however -- 28 carries total while playing less than half the snaps in both games. It remains to be seen if his workload will grow as the Ravens fight for playoff position the next few weeks. Either way, he should be fine for Saturday's matchup with Atlanta.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Extremely efficient against Browns

    Dobbins rushed the ball 13 times for 125 yards in Saturday's 13-3 loss to the Browns. He added one reception for three yards. Dobbins led Baltimore in carries for the second consecutive week, and he nearly doubled Gus Edwards' seven rushing attempts. Dobbins was also extremely efficient with his opportunity, ripping off gains of 37, 25 and 16 yards to account for the majority of his production. In two games since returning from injured reserve, Dobbins has racked up 245 rushing yards on 28 carries.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: RBs to Start

    It was a welcomed sight to see Dobbins back in Week 14 at Pittsburgh after missing the past six games with a knee injury, and he looked good with 15 carries for 120 yards and a touchdown. He said he still doesn't feel right, but hopefully that happens in Week 15 at Cleveland. The Browns are No. 3 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs, and Gus Edwards had 16 carries for 66 yards and two touchdowns when these teams met in Week 7 while Dobbins was out. He'll share touches with Edwards and potentially Kenyan Drake this week, but Dobbins should be a standout No. 2 running back in all leagues. For the season, 10 running backs have scored at least 15 PPR points against the Browns.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Dobbins might not have been the most explosive version of himself last week, but he did get plenty of opportunities and he thrived with them. He has an even easier matchup this week and should punch in for at least 15 touches again. He's a must-start No. 2 Fantasy RB ahead of Travis Etienne, Zonovan Knight and David Montgomery.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Excellent showing in return

    Dobbins recorded 15 carries for 120 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 16-14 win over the Steelers. Dobbins was activated off injured reserve prior to Sunday's game and was active for the first time since Week 6. He split carries with Gus Edwards fairly evenly, though Dobbins ultimately led the way with two more rushing attempts. Dobbins was also the far more efficient back, ripping off a long gain of 44 yards while also finding the end zone on a four-yard rush late in the first quarter. Dobbins isn't likely to completely take over the backfield in Baltimore due to the shaky strength of his knee, though the fact that he was trusted with 15 carries is a positive sign for his workload moving forward.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Activated off IR

    Dobbins (knee) was activated off injured reserve Saturday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Dobbins is now eligible to make his return this week against the Steelers after missing the team's past six games. However, even if the third-year back does make his return, he would likely see a limited role while splitting carries with Gus Edwards and Kenyan Drake. With Lamar Jackson (knee) potentially missing time, Dobbins and the ground game will be relied upon more in order to take pressure off of Tyler Huntley against a stout Pittsburgh defense.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Looking good in practice

    Offensive coordinator Greg Roman noted Thursday that Dobbins (knee) "is looking good" in his second week of practice since being designated to return from IR, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. "I really think that time off and what he was able to take care is going to make a big impact on his effectiveness," Roman said of Dobbins, who last suited up Week 6. "We're excited about having him back." It remains to be seen if Dobbins is officially activated ahead of Sunday's game against the Steelers, but if he is, the 2020 second-rounder could well be eased back into the mix Week 14, with Gus Edwards, Kenyan Drake and Justice Hill also in the Ravens' backfield corps.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Stashes (RB Preview)

    Dobbins returned to practice last week and is the top stash at running back right now. If he can get back to 100% before the Fantasy playoffs, he'd have league-winning upside against the Browns, Falcons, and Steelers down the stretch. Just don't expect any help getting you to the playoffs.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Not ready to play this week

    Dobbins (knee) won't be activated from IR in advance of Sunday's game against the Broncos, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. That said, coach John Harbaugh indicated that Dobbins could play as soon as Week 14 against the Steelers. In the meantime, Gus Edwards is slated to lead the Ravens' backfield this weekend, with Kenyan Drake and Justice Hill in line to continue to work in complementary roles.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Unlikely to be activated Week 13

    Dobbins (knee) practiced Thursday for the second day in a row, but the Ravens aren't expected to activate him from injured reserve ahead of Sunday's game against the Broncos, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Baltimore officially designated Dobbins for return from IR on Wednesday, thereby opening a 21-day window in which he can be evaluated for a return to the 53-man roster. Because he's not currently a member of the roster, however, the Ravens don't have to disclose the extent of Dobbins' practice activity, though Shaffer's report would seem to suggest that the running back is being eased back into drills slowly after missing the past six weeks while recovering from an arthroscopic procedure on the same left knee in which he suffered an ACL tear last August. Assuming he experiences no setbacks with his knee while ramping back up, Dobbins could return to the lineup Week 14 or 15, but the Ravens look set to proceed with Gus Edwards, Kenyan Drake and Justice Hill as their active running backs for this Sunday's contest.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Returns to practice

    Dobbins (knee) was spotted practicing Wednesday, indicating the Ravens have designated him for return from injured reserve, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. As promised by head coach John Harbaugh earlier this week, Dobbins' return to practice gives the Ravens a 21-day window to evaluate him for a return to the 53-man roster. Dobbins hasn't played since Week 6 while recovering from arthroscopic surgery on the same left knee in which he suffered an ACL tear last August. With his recovery from the minor surgery seemingly going well, Dobbins should rejoin Baltimore's backfield within the next few weeks, possibly as soon as this Sunday against the Broncos. It's unclear how he'll split work with Gus Edwards and the team's other running backs, at least initially, but Dobbins typically has been viewed as the lead back in Baltimore when healthy.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Week 13 Waiver Priority List

    If you don't need a running back for this week then I might target Dobbins ahead of Benny Snell or Zonovan Knight because Dobbins could be the best option long-term. The Ravens have opened the window for him to return from injured reserve, and he has been sidelined since Week 6 after having surgery to remove scar tissue from his knee. When healthy, he could still be the No. 1 running back in Baltimore, although he will likely share touches with Gus Edwards and even Kenyan Drake. The Ravens have some juicy matchups coming up against Cleveland in Week 15 and Atlanta in Week 16, and Dobbins could be a potential low-end starter or flex option if he's healthy by then. He's worth adding for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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