The Baltimore Ravens (3-1) beat the Cleveland Browns (2-2) in Week 5, but there are more questions surrounding this team and just how high their ceiling is. There are plenty of injury questions (including season-ending ones) and other debates to be had.
What are the burning questions after the Ravens win over the Browns?
10. Will Lamar Jackson remain the Baltimore Ravens leading rusher?
Gus Edwards leads the Baltimore Ravens in carries, with 44, but on just 25 carries, Lamar Jackson leads the Ravens in rushing yards. He has 209 rushing yards, while Edwards has 193. That is not bad for Edwards, but it speaks to what type of presence Jackson is bringing.
Jackson has four rushing touchdowns after just five in the past two years. Some of that is regression, some of that Todd Monken using him at the right time, and some of that is the loss of J.K. Dobbins putting more on the legs of Jackson. Still, Jackson has been a presence in the rushing game without Dobbins.
Considering Dobbins is not coming back, it is hard to see one main name catching Jackson. Edwards will be the steady hand, but even he will split with Melvin Gordon, Kenyan Drake, and now Keaton Mitchell will be back.
The Ravens will be shuffling at running back, and Jackson will continue to use his legs when needed, so there is a great chance he will lead the team in rushing by week 17.