RB - FA
This Week Outlook
The Ravens waived Mike Davis on Saturday morning.
This move was reportedly made to clear room on the roster for the expected return of J.K. Dobbins from IR. Davis was last active back in Week 11. The veteran running back played in eight games for the Ravens this year, totaling just 18 yards on eight carries and recording two receptions.
The Baltimore Ravens have listed RB Mike Davis as inactive for TNF against Tampa Bay.
This is Davis' second straight game being inactive after playing in all six games to start the year. Davis has seen his usage decrease and is now operating behind RB Gus Edwards and Kenyan Drake. Davis has no use being on any rosters in fantasy as he likely won't have any action this season barring even more injuries.
Mike Davis is a healthy inactive for Baltimore's Week 7 game against Cleveland.
With the elevation of Gus Edwards, Davis was the odd man out. This leaves Kenyan Drake, Edwards, and Justice Hill in the Ravens' backfield, and all are risky fantasy plays for this week.
Mike Davis carried the ball five times for four yards in a 42-38 loss to Miami in Week 2.
Davis and Kenyan Drake struggled on the ground, combining for 12 yards on 11 carries. Davis has been pressed into service with J.K. Dobbins (knee) still working his way back from last year's knee injury. That being said, Davis should not be considered for fantasy starting lineups for Week 3's matchup against the Patriots, regardless of Dobbins' status.
Mike Davis carried the ball twice for 11 yards in a 24-9 win over the Jets in Week 1. He was not targeted in the passing game.
Davis was overshadowed by Kenyan Drake, who out-touched him 12 to two. Davis was thought to have a shot at being Baltimore's lead back while J.K. Dobbins is out but it appears that Drake will be the back to roster in Baltimore for as long as Dobbins is sidelined. Davis is a cut candidate in fantasy ahead of Baltimore's Week 2 matchup against the Dolphins.