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BALTIMORE — Before Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson established himself as a successful starter in the NFL, back when many considered him more of a project than a budding star, he was delivering handoffs to Gus Edwards.

Two years later, Jackson’s the reigning MVP one win away from his third straight trip to the playoffs. And Edwards remains in the fold, receiving regular carries, churning his legs and offering an ideal complement to Jackson in the backfield.

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When obstacles appear in front of Edwards, like the arrival of hyped competition in the running backs room or the threat of wear and tear that derails so many ball-carriers, he treats them like an opponent’s attempt at an arm tackle: He barrels right through.

Most of the starters from Jackson’s first playoff run in 2018 have either left the Ravens’ roster or taken on new roles. Marshal Yanda retired; John Brown and Michael Crabtree signed elsewhere; Ronnie Stanley and Nick Boyle suffered season-ending knee injuries this fall.

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Then there’s Edwards, a quiet player with a punishing running style who entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent and rolled up a team-high 85 rushing yards on 15 carries during Sunday’s win over the Giants. The Ravens will return to the postseason if they beat the Bengals this week, and they’re in a favorable position thanks in part to Edwards, once again.

“He’s really incredible,” tight end Mark Andrews said. “Gus, he deserves a lot more credit than he gets. He’s the heart and soul, kind of, of our team, really, with everything he does, the way he runs the ball. You see the way he catches the ball, and he breaks tackles left and right. He’s a beast.”

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Edwards added two receptions for 37 yards against the Giants, including one in which he caught the pass, broke two tackles along the right sideline and regained his balance to run for 27 yards.

When asked about Ravens running back Gus Edwards, coach John Harbaugh gave a description of the soft-spoken third-year player that seemed to match his running style.

“He’s a straightforward kind of a guy [with his] work ethic, personality [and] professionalism,” Harbaugh said. “He has a lot of talent. Yes, I would say it hasn’t changed one bit. That’s who he is.”

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Earlier in the season, offensive coordinator Greg Roman referred to Edwards as a “closer,” a bruising late-game option for tired defenses after tackling Mark Ingram II for the majority of a game. But Edwards has ascended into more of a starring role alongside rookie J.K. Dobbins in recent weeks, showcasing elusiveness that was the focal point of offseason workouts.

As an undrafted rookie free agent from 2018, Edwards burst onto the scene late in the season as the Ravens turned to then-rookie Lamar Jackson and a run-oriented approach. Edwards, currently listed at 6-foot-1 and 238 pounds, was a perfect complement for the shifty Jackson. Edwards was a burly downhill runner who forced defenses to monitor inside runs while Jackson posed a threat on the edge on read-option plays. In the final seven games of the season that Jackson started, Edwards rushed for 654 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 5.27 yards per carry.

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In his second season, Edwards returned to a backup role with the team’s acquisition of Ingram and he was maybe even better. Just five of Edwards’ 133 carries in 2019 resulted in negative yardage. As Edwards and Ingram returned for the 2020 season, as well as second-year back Justice Hill, and the team drafted Dobbins in the second round of the NFL draft, Edwards went to work to become an all-around back.

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Edwards spent much of an offseason warped by the coronavirus pandemic working out with Baltimore-based trainer P.J. Quarrie, who also trained Hill, wide receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown and other Ravens players before the start of the season.

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It wasn’t the first time Edwards embarked on speed training — he did so after a disappointing 40 time at his Pro Day at Rutgers — but Quarrie sought to improve Edwards’ footwork, the core of any good running back.

“If we don’t address the feet and the ankle first, then you’re actually doing any athletes a disservice,” Quarrie said in an interview.

The foundation of Edwards’ training was single-leg plyometric exercises, much of the workouts conducted barefoot, to strengthen his feet and ankles. Over time, Quarrie began to notice Edwards’ calves grow and his balance improved.

“His movements are powerful,” Quarrie said. “He has to be able to push off the ground, redirect, [deaccelerate], redirect, [accelerate, deaccelerate]. If you don’t have that power to push into the ground and control your body weight, then you’re not going to be effective.”

Those types of plays epitomize Edwards’ NFL career: He keeps on pushing.

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The 6-foot-1, 238-pound runner entered the league after college stops at Miami and Rutgers carrying impressive size for a running back. Questions hovered around his ability to accelerate and make NFL defenders miss.

Though the Ravens cut Edwards before the start of the 2018 season, they eventually signed him off the practice squad and plugged him into the lineup, where his straight-ahead, forceful running style paired well with Jackson’s speed. Jackson could either hand the ball to Edwards, a bulldozer of a back, on a given play or sprint into open space himself.

Recently, Edwards has added some wiggle to his game that makes Jackson proud. He juked several Giants on Sunday and bounced carries toward the sideline, combining his power with hints of agility. Edwards also has more receiving yards the past two games (73) than he did in his first two seasons combined (65).

“Oh man, he’s doing it all right now,” Jackson said. “He’s catching the ball out of the backfield now – it’s getting deadly.”

Edwards credited the advancements in his skill set to the teammates in his position group, like Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins.

“The competition that’s in my room is tremendous,” he said Sunday. “When you see those guys go out and make the plays that they do, it motivates you. It’s no slack off. We’re all competitors, and we all keep pushing each other.”

Those other running backs have also made Edwards’ continued presence somewhat improbable. In 2018, Edwards wasn’t even the first running back to earn a promotion off the practice squad. He only received an opportunity after De’Lance Turner suffered a thigh injury.

Edwards established himself as a productive back down the stretch of the ’18 season, but then the Ravens signed Ingram, a multi-time Pro Bowler, the next spring and selected Justice Hill in the fourth round of the draft. This April, the Ravens drafted Dobbins in the second round.

All of those players brought more acclaim and higher expectations to Baltimore. None have been as steady of a force as Edwards, who averaged 5.2 yards per carry in 2018 and 5.3 in ’19. He’s gained an even 5 yards per rushing attempt this year.

Whenever Baltimore has made personnel moves that could nudge Edwards out of the backfield rotation, he’s rolled through defenses and tightened his grip on a prominent role.

“Gus is just being him,” Jackson said after Sunday’s rout of New York. “I’ve been saying that he’s ‘Gus the bus.’ He just keeps it going, living up to his name. I’m used to seeing it, so it’s not a surprise.”

Edwards, 25, is the only offensive skill-position player who has appeared in every one of Jackson’s starts for the Ravens, and he isn’t likely to leave the lineup soon — at least not until he enters restricted free agency in March.

Baltimore deactivated the 31-year-old Ingram the past two weeks and split playing time close to evenly between Dobbins and Edwards. Even when Dobbins takes on a larger workload, Edwards still offers value to the Ravens because of his muscle.

While he’s added new components to his game, Edwards’ downhill running prowess remains his trademark. NFL NextGen Stats rates him as the third-most efficient running back in the league with an average of 3.2 total yards run per every 1 positive yard gained. Edwards doesn’t move side-to-side too much or take many wasted steps.

He’s also tied for second in the NFL with an average of 1.13 more yards than expected per carry, according to NextGen Stats. In other words, if metrics say a typical running back would gain 3 three yards on a carry, Edwards would gain 4.13.

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It’s easy to feel the enthusiasm for the game, and the excitement for the spotlight, that Ravens rookie running back J.K. Dobbins possesses.

After Dobbins ran for 160 yards and two touchdowns to help the Ravens clinch a playoff berth Sunday in Cincinnati, he could hardly contain himself.

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“I’ve been dreaming about the Super Bowl and the NFL playoffs since I was a little kid. And now, it’s finally here,” Dobbins said with a wide smile. “I want to play in the big games, always. They say big-time players make big-time plays in big-time games – and I want to see if I’m a big-time player.”

Head Coach John Harbaugh was next to step up to the podium and talk with reporters. Before he did, he grabbed Dobbins and told him, “You are a big-time player.”

As Dobbins makes his first trip to the playoffs, the rookie second-round pick is already a star and a huge part of the Ravens’ dangerous offensive formula.

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Top-seeded Baltimore had a record-setting offense last year entering its opening playoff game against the Tennessee Titans. It had a record-setting rushing attack. But the Ravens didn’t have a weapon like Dobbins, and that could make a mighty big difference this time around.

Asked Sunday what the key has been to the Ravens’ running game surge over the past five weeks, Harbaugh pointed to the offensive line and the blocking of the receivers. But he started with the running backs.

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“A lot of these guys are just executing really well,” Harbaugh said. “The running backs are running very well. They’re making guys miss. They’re breaking tackles.”

Speaking about Dobbins on Monday, Harbaugh said “I love him as a person and a player.”

After Dobbins fumbled against the Jacksonville Jaguars a couple weeks ago, Harbaugh coached him up on the importance of holding onto the ball while he picked sod out of the rookie’s facemask. When the Ravens faced a goal-line situation later in the game, Dobbins got the call again, and this time he scored. Dobbins came to the sideline, hugged Harbaugh and thanked his coach for trusting him.

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“I’m always going to trust you. You know why?” Harbaugh said, thumping Dobbins’ chest. “Because you’ve got that big ticker right in there – pumping. I love it.”

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Dobbins’ nine touchdowns this season are the most by a rookie in franchise history. His six consecutive games with at least 50 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown is tied for the longest rookie streak since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger, matching a couple of Hall of Famers in Eric Dickerson and Franco Harris.

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Dobbins only reached double-digit carries in two of his first nine games as he was third in the Ravens’ pecking order behind veteran Mark Ingram II and Gus Edwards. Yet he finished the season with 805 yards rushing and averaged 6.0 yards per carry. That’s the most yards per carry of any running back in the NFL – more than Cleveland’s Nick Chubb (5.6), Green Bay’s Aaron Jones (5.5) and Tennessee’s Derrick Henry (5.4).

Dobbins’ speed to get the edge has stretched opposing defenses horizontally, helping to open up the middle for Edwards and Lamar Jackson – both running and passing. Opponents can no longer pack the middle of the field like the Titans did in last year’s playoff upset.

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There was no better display of Dobbins’ mixture of power, balance and speed than his 72-yard touchdown run against the Bengals, in which he stiff-armed linebacker Germaine Pratt before hitting the jets and pulling away from the pack. Dobbins said fullback Patrick Ricard texted him earlier in the week saying they had to break a big run – one of the few things they hadn’t yet accomplished this season.

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The Baltimore Ravens are entering week 17 of the NFL season. This Ravens team is reminiscent of teams of the past because they are currently in the wild card and are in control of their own destiny. Baltimore’s matchup to make the playoffs is against the 4-10-1 Cincinnati Bengals.

Despite not having their rookie quarterback Joe Burrow, the Bengals are on a two-game winning streak and are not to be taken lightly. It seems as though this Ravens team has gained some character after going through adversity, and that they are heating up just in time for the playoffs.

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However, this article is going to be geared towards shining the light on some players who stepped up in the fourth quarter of the season. During late November/ early December the Ravens were decimated by Covid-19 and injuries.

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Thankfully all players who tested positive have recovered and those who were injured are on the path to recovery. During this time of strain, there were a few players who I feel as though stepped up and made a big impact. Outside linebacker Tyus Bowser, and running back J.K. Dobbins has been making plays when their number has been called.

The Ravens have been looking for a reliable pass rusher to complement outside linebacker Matthew Judon since Suggs and Za’Darius smith have left. Bowser has made his impact as more than just a pass rusher. He recorded his first interception of the season against the Tennessee Titans in week 11.

When Bowser caught the interception I thought “ hmmm he has good hands for an outside linebacker”. Then Bowser caught one against the Pittsburgh Steelers and one against the Cleveland Browns.

Bowser is now tied with Marcus Peters for the most interceptions on the team this season with three. Bowser’s ability to rush the passer and drop back into coverage has been a boon to the Ravens as they attempt to build upon their four-game win streak.

Rookie J.K Dobbins has stepped up in a major way for the tail end of the season. Dobbins is averaging 5.3 yards per carrying and has seven touchdowns for the 2020 season. Gus Edwards and Dobbins have become the one-two punch in the Ravens backfield after Ingram’s workload decreased.

The second-round pick has shown the ability to catch out of the backfield, the ability to beat defenders to the outside, excellent balance, and most importantly the ability to put the ball in the end zone.

Since week 11, Dobbins has managed to score a touchdown each week. Dobbins appears to be fitting in well with Greg Roman’s run-centric offense and should have continued success going forward.

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Both of these players are young and have great potential. These two players have shown the propensity to make plays. Also, I would like to give credit to the coaches for putting players in the right position to make plays.

Even though this is a small sample size of about six weeks I think the Ravens will be able to play towards their strengths with the possibility of playoffs ahead.

“I wanted that to happen and so, on that TD run, it was excellent blocking,” Dobbins said. “Whenever I got to the sideline — a lot of people don’t think I can run. A lot of people don’t think that. And so, I finally got the opportunity to show my speed and that [if] you give me an opportunity to go, I’m going to go and I won’t get caught.”

Dobbins finished with the 18th-most rushing yards in the NFL this season and third-most rushing yards among rookie running backs, trailing the Indianapolis Colts’ Jonathan Taylor (1,169) and Jacksonville Jaguars’ James Robinson (1,070).

Dobbins was perturbed that he was the fifth running back drafted this year, trailing the Chiefs’ Clyde Helaire-Edwards, Lions’ D’Andre Swift, Taylor, and Rams’ Cam Akers. Dobbins’ patience was tested too, as he often saw fewer carries than Ingram and Edwards over the first half of the season.

“I don’t know that he’s been waiting for his opportunity. He’s been working for his opportunity – growing and learning, [being] a great competitor for us,” Harbaugh said. “He’s done a great job. He’s got a great attitude.”

Dobbins knows he’s in the right place, and that was hammered home when the Ravens topped 400 rushing yards in a dominant running performance in Cincinnati.

“It’s an amazing feeling. I’m so happy to be here; I’m so happy to be a Raven,” Dobbins said. “Getting into the playoffs is a great accomplishment, and I’m glad I can experience that my rookie year. But I’m the type of guy who wants more. I want to be great. I don’t want to be mediocre. Yes, I’m glad to be in the playoffs, but I know the goal and I know why I was brought here. And I’m just going to do everything I can to help this team win this first playoff game.”

There’s a little Baltimore history to rookie running backs propelling an offense in a playoff run.

In 2012, third-round rookie running back Bernard Pierce teamed up with Ray Rice to boost the Ravens’ rushing attack down the stretch. Pierce got hotter as the season progressed and led Baltimore in rushing in two of four playoff games (vs. Colts and vs. Patriots).

In 2000, first-round rookie running back Jamal Lewis carried the load for the Ravens offense for much of the season and especially in the playoffs, when he topped 100 yards twice and scored four touchdowns. He became the youngest player to ever score a touchdown in a Super Bowl.

Last week, Dobbins broke Lewis’ record for most rushing touchdowns by a Ravens rookie, and he knew the historical significance.

“It means a lot to me,” Dobbins said. “Jamal Lewis, I mean, he won NFL Offensive Player of the Year [in 2003], and he’s an amazing player. So, for me to do that, it’s an honor and a blessing. I’m just going to keep trying to get better.”

Now Dobbins will look to keep growing and follow in Lewis’ footsteps in his first trip to the playoffs, starting with Tennessee. Dobbins’ streak of six consecutive games with a touchdown began against the Titans earlier this season, when he ran for 70 yards and a score on a season-high 15 carries.

Some were surprised when the Ravens drafted Dobbins in the second round when they already had Ingram, Edwards and Justice Hill. But the Ravens did so knowing the Ohio State product could not only be a long-term lead back in Baltimore, but a difference-maker down the stretch this season.

“I can tell you this; I’m taking this opportunity to heart,” Dobbins said. “I’m going to try to do my best, and you’re going to get the best out of me.”

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The Ravens will call on another quarterback to back up Lamar Jackson.

Trace McSorley has been placed on injured reserve with a knee injury suffered during Monday night’s victory over the Cleveland Browns.

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With veteran Robert Griffin III (hamstring) already on the injured list, undrafted rookie Tyler Huntley is next in line to become the No. 2 quarterback. The Utah product has been on the practice squad all season and has been active for one game, but has not taken a snap.

Being placed on the injured reserve means McSorley will miss the final three games of the regular season. He had seen action in the past two games, relieving Griffin in the second half against the Pittsburgh Steelers and relieving Jackson on Monday night after he went to the locker room with cramps in the fourth quarter.

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McSorley was injured when his knee buckled as he tried to make a cut on a third-down scramble. Jackson hustled back onto the field and on the next play and completed a 44-yard touchdown pass to Marquise Brown on fourth down that helped lift Baltimore to victory.

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McSorley saw his first game action this season after spending his 2019 rookie year as the No. 3 quarterback. The sixth-round pick from Penn State completed three of 10 passes for 90 yards and a touchdown. He connected with Brown on a 70-yard touchdown in Pittsburgh.

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In other roster moves, two players were cut from the practice squad – running back Tommy Bohanon and defensive tackle Braxton Hoyett.

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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Trace McSorley was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, leaving reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson as the only quarterback on the Baltimore Ravens’ active roster.

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McSorley, who was Baltimore’s primary backup for the past three games, will miss the final three games of the regular season. Undrafted rookie Tyler Huntley is on the practice squad and is expected to be elevated to serve as the No. 2 quarterback to Jackson. Huntley has been active for one game this season but has yet to take a snap.

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In Monday’s 47-42 win at Cleveland, McSorley filled in for Jackson for two drives and sprained his left knee when trying to run on third-and-5 with two minutes left.