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Tagged: J.K. Dobbins (46 Results)

Around the NFL: Baltimore Ravens

It’s early, but I think we’re going to see a dramatically different Ravens offense in 2023. It will have a different offensive coordinator, and that’s a start.   more »


Mailbag: December 15, 2022

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Curtis Samuel's changing role. Kicker and Defense matchups for Week 16. Will Khalil Herbert or J.K. Dobbins be a breakout back in 2023? And more. more »



Ravens RB Dobbins breaks out in return to action

Baltimore running back J.K. DOBBINS returned to action for the first time since Week #6 and led the Ravens and his fantasy owners in Sunday’s win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. DobbinsMore decided to undergo another surgical procedure on his knee in late October that would remove scar tissue and hive him more agility for the stretch run of the season. The plan appears to be working, with Dobbins rushing for 120 yards on just 15 carries and scoring a touchdown in his return. Less

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Podcast: October 27 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff review Week 7 of the NFL regular season, then look ahead to tonight's Ravens-Bucs matchup. Sponsored by the Fantasy Football Counselor.  more »


Ravens RB Edwards returns from injury with 2 touchdowns

Baltimore running back GUS EDWARDS returned to action for the Ravens for the first time in more than a year and led the backfield with 2 touchdowns in Sunday's game againstMore the Cleveland Browns. Edwards showed no ill effects from the torn ACL suffered last year that cost him the entire 2021 season. Edwards is the next man up in the Ravens backfield after the team placed fellow running back J.K. DOBBINS (knee) on injured reserve on Saturday. Less

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Dobbins’ knee “tightens up”, Drake leads Ravens backfield

Baltimore Ravens running back J.K. DOBBINS was held out of the second half of Sunday’s loss to the New York Giants after his knee “tightened up”, according to head coach JohnMore Harbaugh. Dobbins has gotten stronger with each game, but the artificial turf at MetLife Stadium is known for being harder on players’ bodies. Fellow running back KENYAN DRAKE filled-in nicely for Dobbins, topping 100 rushing yards that included a 30-yard touchdown run. Less

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Ravens RB Dobbins scores first touchdown in 21 months

Baltimore running back J.K. DOBBINS scored two touchdowns in the first quarter of Sunday’s loss to the Buffalo Bills. The scores marked Dobbins’ first trips to the end zone in 21More months after working his way back from last year’s major knee injury. While Dobbins returned last week against the New England Patriots, he was eased back into action. In Sunday’s game against Buffalo, Dobbins received a full workload. Less

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Factoid: J.K. Dobbins

J.K. Dobbins is back, but can the Ravens get him going? They’re not running the ball the same way they did a few years back.   more »



Ravens RB Dobbins practices in full

Baltimore Ravens running back J.K. DOBBINS practiced fully on Wednesday for the first time since last year’s knee injury, improving the chances of him making his debut in Sunday’s home openerMore against the Miami Dolphins. Dobbins has been a limited participant for about a month as he’s worked his way back into pre-injury form. Head coach John Harbaugh said last week that Dobbins is “ascending quickly”. Less

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Drake in, Badie out for Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens signed veteran running back KENYAN DRAKE. The 28-year-old Drake was released by the Las Vegas Raiders earlier this month. His addition will solidify Baltimore’s running back depth withMore the status of J.K. DOBBINS (knee) uncertain for the season opener and GUS EDWARDS (knee) on the reserve/PUP list. In a related move, the Ravens released rookie running back TYLER BADIE. Badie was drafted in the sixth round of the 2022 NFL Draft. Less

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Mailbag: August 30, 2022

Ian Allan answers your fantasy fooball questions. In this edition. Is Kyle Pitts about to take over the tight end position? The recipe for the best auction values. The merits of going after quarterback-receiver tandems. Is J.K. Dobbins this year's steal at running back? And more. more »



Ravens RB Dobbins to be ready for season opener? “We’ll See”

Taking a page out of former Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer’s playbook, Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh offered a definitive “We’ll see” when asked about running back J.K. DOBBINS’ statusMore for the season opener. Dobbins returned to the practice field on August 8th but has yet to participate in 11-on-11 drills. Dobbins is working his way back from a torn ACL suffered last year in the team’s final preseason game. Less

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Ask the Experts: How should NFL teams handle preseason games?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: How do you wish NFL teams handled preseason games?  more »



Ravens running backs to start camp on PUP list

The Baltimore Ravens placed six players who suffered season-ending injuries in 2021 on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list for the start of training camp this week. Most noteworthy toMore fantasy owners are running backs J.K. DOBBINS and GUS EDWARDS. Both Dobbins and Edwards were sidelined with torn ACL injuries before the start of last season. Head coach John Harbaugh has said previously that both running backs are “doing great”. Less

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Around the NFL: Baltimore running backs

There was a big kerfuffle on Twitter yesterday, in which J.K. Dobbins (pictured) called out's Ian Rapoport for suggesting he might not be ready for Week 1 while returning from an ACL injury. It highlighted the good and bad of Twitter: the bad is that anyone can say anything, the good is that sometimes the famous person will set the record straight.   more »


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