RB - BAL
Bet he pushes for 2023 Comeback Player of the Year. Didn't have his full gear and STILL was dominant (elite vision) once he returned from injury.
Dobbins played in only 8 games during the fantasy season, finishing with 520 yards rushing, 42 yards receiving, and 3 TDs. He should be more consistent a year removed from his knee injury, making him a low-end RB2 to flex option, depending on what happens with Lamar Jackson's contract.
Coming back from major knee surgery, J.K. Dobbins' 2022 season debut was delayed until Week 3. And he posted middling results, failing to surpass 50 rushing yards or 13 carries in any game with little receiving usage to speak of (6 targets). It was revealed that Dobbins needed another knee surgery after Week 6 and he was placed on IR until Week 14. It wasn't until Dobbins came back later in the year that fantasy managers got a glimpse of what the talented RB displayed as a rookie. The Ravens RB1 played in five games (including playoffs) averaging 6.6 yards per carry, 92 rushing yards, and 14 carries per game. Although he still split time with Gus Edwards - nearly identical carry totals in the Wild Card Round loss to the Bengals - and Dobbins' receiving usage remained obsolete with just 7 targets total to close out the year (5 of which came versus Cincinnati).
Injury riddled start to his career, but he just turned 24 years-old in January.
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