Mark Ingram II
RB - NO - OUT
Week 14 Outlook
Mark Ingram suffered a slight tear of his MCL in the loss to the Buccaneers on Monday.
This will likely end Ingram's season as he is expected to miss 4-6 weeks, but won't need surgery. Dwayne Washington will likely serve as the backup to Alvin Kamara the rest of the season.
Mark Ingram II led the Saints in rushing Monday night, carrying the ball seven times for 27 rushing yards while also hauling in all five of his targets for 22 receiving yards in a 17-16 Week 13 loss to the Buccaneers.
Ingram II was involved throughout the game Monday night, leading the team in rushing yards, targets, and receptions on a night in which the Saints offense was stifled by an imposing Tampa Bay defensive front. The veteran running back will be worth monitoring throughout the team's Week 14 bye ahead of a juicy Week 15 matchup against the Atlanta Falcons as part of an extremely crowded backfield mix.
Mark Ingram II practiced in full on Friday.
It is an upgrade for Ingram after he was limited on Thursday at practice. He still isn't fantasy relevant.
Mark Ingram II was limited at practice on Thursday.
This appears to be a new injury for Ingram. He doesn't hold any fantasy value regardless.
Mark Ingram II tallied 10 rushing yards on four carries in a loss to the 49ers Sunday.
Ingram continues to remain quiet as the Saints’ offense continues to struggle. The veteran running back has not logged more than 10 carries in a game this season. Fantasy manager should leave Ingram off their roster for now.