Sean Payton blindsided Mark Ingram owners last week; Ingram lost a fumble that led to a Seahawks touchdown early on, and as a result, Payton benched his starting running back for the bulk of the game. Ingram, who finished the game with three carries for five yards and that last fumble (a negative-point performance in most fantasy leagues), wasn’t expected to have a banner day against the Seattle defense, but owners likely didn’t think they would have been better off leaving his starting spot empty.Now there’s a graver reality facing Ingram owners, who expected the Saints’ RB to be one of the few true workhorse backs in 2016. After Tim Hightower ran for 102 yards on 26 carries, giving the Saints their first 100-yard rusher of the season, Ingram is now in a committee with Hightower. On top of that, Travaris Cadet is the third-down back and John Kuhn looms as a threat to steal goal-line carries—a nightmare for Ingram owners.In this week’s podcast, I asked my co-host Pat Fitzmaurice what he’d be doing if he owned Ingram. His answer? “Mashing the panic button.” What has to be most concerning isn’t simply that Ingram was benched for almost all of the… Read full this story
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