Mark Ingram: Titans Capitalized On Our Mistakes
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram said his team ‘just ran out of time’ at the crucial moment this past postseason.
Mark Ingram is talking about the Ravens’ 12 – 28 Divisional Round loss to the Tennessee Titans. It was a premature end to a momentous Baltimore Ravens season in which it appeared nobody could stop them.
“Obviously, we had dreams and aspirations of winning the whole thing, and unfortunately, we came out and didn’t play our best game,” Ingram said.
“Give those guys credit. They took advantage of some of our mistakes. It was just a little bit too much to overcome, and we just ran out of time.”
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In the autumn of 2019, the Baltimore Ravens were in the midst of revolutionizing football. With rushing quarterback sensation Lamar Jackson, Mark Ingram had a unique signal caller to partner with.
It was a style of play that confounded the league and broke records. The Ravens set NFL rushing records and clinched the top seed in the AFC.
As well as that, Ingram and Jackson became the second RB-QB due to rush for over 1,000 yards each in a season.
Ingram is in the right team to keep rushing, and although he is 30 now, he seems to be speeding up rather than slowing down. All three of his 1,000 yard campaigns have come in the last four seasons. The running back says that he has another four or five years left in the tank.
“I’m just blessed and thankful the Lord has my body feeling this way,” Ingram said.
“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. I feel like that. I honestly do. My body feels good. I’m moving good. I have nothing really lagging. If I do, I’ll be working on it, rehabbing it, strengthening it up, so all my weaknesses are turning into my strengths. I just want to be the best, man. I want to be one of the best.”