Ravens’ J.K. Dobbins expects to make season debut vs. Patriots

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Ravens running back J.K. Dobbins is ready to make his 2022 debut.

Dobbins, who missed the entire 2021 season with a torn ACL, expects to play tomorrow against the Patriots, according to multiple reports.

Kenyan Drake, Mike Davis, and Justice Hill have been playing at running back for the Ravens, but they haven’t been effective. Lamar Jackson has more rushing yards than all the Ravens’ running backs combined through two games.

The Ravens hope Dobbins can get the running game moving.

6 responses to “Ravens’ J.K. Dobbins expects to make season debut vs. Patriots

  1. I believe it will be the Patriots RB’s that make the difference Sunday…. Ravens have no D…. Pats will pass & run at will VS Ravens… The Pats D will make the Ravens offense 1 dimensional…. Containing Lamar will be the downfall of Ravens in Gillette
    Pats 34-24

  2. Starting to worry that Stanley is just gun-shy and will never be willing to get out there again at this point. Why put him on the active roster at the end of camp if he was just going to sit the first four weeks? Better move it next week.

  3. He should be fully ready. He’s had two weeks of full practice. Hopefully he hits it hard. They could’ve used him last week when they had that lead and needed to drain clock and keep the ball.

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