The Facts: In the autumn just past, Ingram and the Ravens were rolling right along. They rolled along to rushing records and the AFC No. 1 seed before they were on the tracks when the locomotive known as Derrick Henry and the Titans rolled through them. Nonetheless, disappointed as he is and despite 1,500-plus carries and 7,000-plus career yards' worth of tread on his tires, Ingram doesn't believe he'll be slowing down any time soon. "I'm with a great team that takes care of me, and I feel like I can play this game at a high level -- at the highest level -- for at least another four or five years," Ingram said.
Diehards Line: On the second team of his decorated career and heading into his 10th season, the 30-year-old back is on the heels of his third 1,000-yard campaign -- all of them having come in the last four seasons. His 1,018 yards a season ago aided in the Ravens establishing a new NFL team rushing record with 3,296 yards as he and Lamar Jackson became just the second RB-QB tandem to produce 1,000-rushing seasons in the same year. Baltimore won an AFC North championship, but was derailed by the Titans in an AFC Divisional Round upset. Having fallen short of their hopes and expectations, Ingram and Co. will have the same goals and much of the same talent in 2020. And going forward, Ingram believes in his mind -- and legs -- plenty of time remains in his career and for the Ravens to fulfill their title aspirations.