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Oct 16, 2022 7 15 2.1 6 0 1
Oct 9, 2022 8 44 5.5 17 0 4
Oct 2, 2022 13 41 3.2 16 1 18
Sep 25, 2022 7 23 3.3 5 0 3
Sep 18, 2022 0 0 0 0 0

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2022 123 3.51 1 6 39 1
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: Return window slated to open

    Per coach John Harbaugh, Dobbins (knee) will return to practice this week, opening the window for the running back to return from injured reserve, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Dobbins has been sidelined since Week 6 after having surgery to remove scar tissue from his knee. The Ravens will have 21 days to add Dobbins back onto the roster, so he could be available as soon as Week 13 against the Broncos. Even if he's given the green light to play Sunday, Dobbins likely will be eased back in while Gus Edwards, Kenyan Drake and Justice Hill continue to see playing time in Baltimore's backfield.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Few weeks away from returning

    Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said Thursday that Dobbins' recent left knee scope was a "smashing success," but the running back is still about 3-to-4 weeks away from a return from injured reserve, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Harbaugh acknowledged that there was more scar tissue in Dobbins' knee than expected, so even with the benefit of a bye Week 10, the 23-year-old may need to spend more than the requisite four games on IR. Dobbins is first eligible to return to action Week 13 against the Jaguars, though his availability for that contest will be contingent on his knee responding well to practice, whenever he's deemed ready to resume on-field work. For the time being, Gus Edwards (hamstring) -- who won't practice Thursday -- will continue to headline the Baltimore backfield, with Kenyan Drake and Justice Hill serving as Edwards' top complements.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Predictably placed on IR

    Dobbins (knee) shifted to injured reserve Saturday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. This felt like the expected conclusion given Dobbins is expected to have his knee scoped following yet another knee injury. Perhaps more crucially for fantasy managers, Gus Edwards (knee) was activated off the PUP list Saturday, which means the bruising tailback immediately could insert himself into a backfield committee previously occupied by the uninspiring duo of Kenyan Drake and Justice Hill.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Expected to have knee scoped

    Dobbins is expected to undergo an arthroscopic knee procedure next week that could sideline the running back 4-to-6 weeks, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Dobbins already has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Browns, but it looks like his absence will extend beyond Week 7. As long as he's unavailable, look for Kenyan Drake and Justice Hill to see added backfield touches, with Mike Davis in reserve and Gus Edwards (knee) a candidate to factor in once he's activated from the PUP list.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Ruled out for Sunday

    Dobbins (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Browns after not practicing this week. With Dobbins out and thus targeting a potential return to action this coming Thursday against the Buccaneers, look for Kenyan Drake to see an expanded workload Week 7, with Justice Hill mixing in, Mike Davis in reserve and Gus Edwards (knee, PUP list) a potential activation ahead of Sunday's contest.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Missing third straight practice

    Dobbins (knee) is not practicing Friday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Dobbins hasn't practiced in any capacity since his surgically repaired left knee tightened up versus the Giants in Week 6, and at this point it would be surprising if he's active for a significant role versus the Browns on Sunday. Friday's official practice report will provide an official game designation, but if he can't go this weekend the Ravens will lean on Kenyan Drake, Justice Hill and perhaps Gus Edwards (knee, PUP list) to handle increased backfield roles against Cleveland.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: DNP on Thursday

    Dobbins (knee) was a non-participant at practice Thursday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Dobbins didn't play in the second half of the Ravens' Week 6 loss at the Giants after his surgically repaired left knee tightened up. He hasn't practiced in the interim, which isn't a great sign that he'll be available Sunday versus the Browns. In the end, the team could clear up Dobbins' status when it releases Friday's injury report, but Kenyan Drake, Justice Hill and even Gus Edwards (knee, currently on the PUP list) could be beneficiaries this weekend and beyond.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Knee tightens up Sunday

    Dobbins' knee tightened up during Sunday's 24-20 loss to the Giants, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. As a result, Kenyan Drake led the Ravens' rushing attack in the second half of the game en route to logging 10 carries for 119 yards and a TD. Dobbins, who finished the contest with seven carries for 15 yards, missed all of last season due to a knee injury, so his status will be worth closely monitoring ahead of next weekend's game against the Browns. Meanwhile, Justice Hill missed this Sunday's game with a hamstring injury and Gus Edwards (knee) is progressing but is still on the PUP list.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Bust Candidate (Lineup Decisions)

    A snap count concern and some efficiency issues keep Dobbins from being nothing more than a touchdown-reliant running back who has had over 10 touches once in three games. I'd start him over Devin Singletary and Ezekiel Elliott, but I'd (nervously) rather start Raheem Mostert and Melvin Gordon.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Just eight carries in win

    Dobbins (chest) rushed eight times for 44 yards and was not targeted in the passing game in Sunday's 19-17 win over Cincinnati. Dobbins saw his usage inexplicably halved coming off of his strongest game of the season last week. The 2020 second-round pick missed Wednesday's practice with a chest injury before being fully cleared later in the week, and there were no post-game reports of any aggravation to either his chest or surgically repaired knee. While this could be written off as a strategic decision, it doesn't explain why recent free-agent addition Kenyan Drake seemed to take over as the primary back in the fourth quarter and the entire final game-winning drive. Dobbins' fantasy managers are hoping for more than eight touches against the Giants next Sunday.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: RBs to Start

    I'm not sure if Dobbins is all the way back in his return from last season's knee injury, but he looked the part in Week 4 against Buffalo. While he only managed 41 yards on 13 carries, he did find the end zone on the ground. Better yet, he had four catches for 22 yards and a touchdown on four targets, and that's just the second time in his career he had four receptions in a game. With Rashod Bateman (foot) hurt, we could see Dobbins more involved in the passing game, which would dramatically increase his Fantasy value. The last time Dobbins faced the Bengals in Week 17 in 2020 he destroyed them for 13 carries, 160 yards and two touchdowns, and Cincinnati has allowed a running back to score a touchdown in three of four games this year.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Turns in full practice

    Dobbins (chest) was a full participant in Thursday's practice. His ability to take every rep at Thursday's session likely confirms that his absence from Wednesday's session was for maintenance purposes. With Dobbins expected to gradually increase his usage and workload in the weeks to come now that he's returned from the knee surgery that sidelined him for all of 2021 and the first two contests of the current season, the Ravens could continue to cap his practice reps early on in weeks to ensure he's at optimal health heading into game days. Dobbins will once again headline the Ravens' backfield Sunday against Bengals, but it's unclear who might be complementing him. Justice Hill (hamstring) was his top understudy the past two weeks but looks to be trending toward sitting out Sunday, while Gus Edwards (knee) returned to practice Wednesday but may need another week or two to ramp up before the Ravens activate him from the PUP list.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Present for practice Thursday

    Dobbins (chest) returned to practice Thursday, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. It remains to be seen if the Ravens list Dobbins as a limited or full participant, but his return to the field Thursday after missing Wednesday's practice bodes well for his chances of continuing to lead the team's ground game this weekend against the Bengals.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    While the Ravens clearly need Dobbins to help create their run identity, he continues to look more and more like a touchdown-needy back for Fantasy success. It might be rare for him to see more than 15 touches per game, and a tough matchup against a disciplined Bengals defense won't help his cause. I'd rather start Devin Singletary, Khalil Herbert and Damien Harris.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Bust Candidate (Lineup Decisions)

    While the Ravens clearly need Dobbins to help create their run identity, he continues to look more and more like a touchdown-needy back for Fantasy success. It might be rare for him to see more than 15 touches per game, and a tough matchup against a disciplined Bengals defense won't help his cause. I'd rather start Devin Singletary, Khalil Herbert and Damien Harris.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Held out with chest injury

    Dobbins missed Wednesday's practice with a chest injury. Dobbins was slow to get up at one point in a 23-20 loss to the Bills this past Sunday, but he ended up playing down the stretch after Justice Hill left with a hamstring injury. Dobbins scored a pair of touchdowns early in the game but ultimately finished with modest production overall (13 carries for 41 yards and four catches for 22 yards). Dobbins is more likely than Hill to play this coming Sunday against the Bengals, but the Ravens will need some kind of contribution from Mike Davis or Kenyan Drake, and they might even need a replacement for Dobbins if his chest injury doesn't improve throughout the week.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Pair of TDs in loss

    Dobbins rushed 13 times for 41 yards and a touchdown and secured all four targets for 22 yards and another score in the Ravens' 23-20 loss to the Bills on Sunday. Playing in his second game of the season following a year-plus absence due to a gruesome August 2021 knee injury, Dobbins saw his touch count bump up after a quiet season debut in Week 3. The third-year back paced the ground attack in carries and made his first two trips to the end zone since the 2020 season, scoring on a one-yard shovel pass and a four-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. Dobbins unsurprisingly found running room mostly at a premium against a tough Bills defense -- outside of his game-long 16-yard run, he gained 25 yards on his other 12 carries -- but his ability to handle a heavier workload and his solid amount of involvement in the passing game were both very encouraging for fantasy managers. Dobbins' next opportunity to continue rounding into form comes in a Week 5 Sunday night divisional battle against the Bengals.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: RBs to Sit

    It was great to see Dobbins on the field in Week 3 at New England, and hopefully that was the shake the rust off game after not playing last season due to a knee injury. I'm not going to trust him yet in most leagues, but hopefully he'll be starting for Fantasy managers across the board soon. Against the Patriots, Dobbins had seven carries for 23 yards and two catches for 17 yards on two targets, and he played 43 percent of the snaps. That should increase in Week 4 against Buffalo, but this Bills run defense is tough. While the Bills have allowed three rushing touchdowns this season, no running back has more than 47 yards on the ground, including a matchup with Derrick Henry in Week 2.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Dobbins doesn't have a good matchup, nor has he proven that he's ready for a much larger workload. Lamar Jackson remains the Ravens best-running threat, and in a game against the high-scoring Bills, it's likely Dobbins could fall out of the game plan. I'd rather take my chances with Devin Singletary or Melvin Gordon.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Practices fully

    Dobbins (chest) practiced fully Thursday. Dobbins, who made his season debut in Week 3 against the Patriots after returning from a major knee injury, was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice due to a chest injury, but his full participation Thursday paves the way for the 2020 second-rounder to play Sunday against the Bills. After being limited to 27 snaps and seven carries in his return to action this past weekend, Dobbins could see an uptick in touches in Week 4, with Justice Hill -- who logged six carries for 60 yards versus New England -- also poised to be a factor in the Baltimore's backfield mix versus Buffalo.
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