SIT: Running Back - Justice Hill
In two games this season, Hill has rushed the ball 19 times for 50 yards and two touchdowns. That's highly misleading, mind you. Hill appeared in 17 offensive snaps in Week 1 and turned eight touches (all carries) into a meager nine yards... but 2 TDs.
In Week 2, however, Hill's role grew to 38 snaps and 14 touches (11 carries and three receptions) but his production was mediocre, to say the least, with just 53 yards from scrimmage and no scores.
Gus Edwards is available this weekend coming off suffering a concussion against the Colts last Sunday, but I don't think he's worth starting either. That said, Edwards should be the brute carrying the rock into the end zone over Hill, who scored his two touchdowns that way in Week 1 in a rather unexpected way.
The fact that Lamar Jackson leads the Ravens backfield in rushing yards, carries, and touchdowns doesn't help, either, and Baltimore has activated practice-squad veteran Melvin Gordon for the game against the Browns on top of everything.