JK Dobbins misses 2021 NFL Season

Last Saturday the Ravens’ NFL 2021 Preseason came to an end, defeating the WFT on the road by a score of 37-3. For one thing, it was his 20th consecutive victory in preseason games, setting a new NFL record. However, there is nothing to celebrate as his star running back, JK Dobbins, was injured in the match, and this Sunday, the worst was confirmed: Dobbins will miss the entire 2021 season. In this article we tell you everything you need to know about respect.

JK Dobbins to miss 2021 NFL Season

Last Saturday, in Baltimore’s 2021 NFL Preseason Week 3 game, RB JK Dobbins had to leave the game due to a knee injury. Dobbins got caught between CB Jimmy Moreland and S Jordan Kunaszyk after receiving the ball on a screen pass. Moreland’s shoulder collided with Dobbins’ knee, and Dobbins had to be removed from the match. From there the worst was foreseen.

This Sunday, via Adam Schefter from ESPN, it was confirmed that after performing the respective magnetic resonances, Dobbins suffered a rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament; injury that ends his 2021 season before it has even started.

The above is a brutal casualty for the Ravens. In his rookie year 2020, the Ohio State graduate rushed for 805 total yards and 9 TDs in 15 games played, becoming a lethal weapon for Baltimore’s running game, and this season was expected to deliver a quality jump yet. higher. However, after this hard loss, the rushing will come from the hand of Gus Edwards, who came to the NFL in 2018, and in three seasons under John Harbaugh has accumulated 2,152 yards and 10 TDs in 43 games played.

Ultimately, with this injury, Dobbins becomes one of three running backs who, before the start of the regular season, are already out for the entire year. First the Rams lost Cam Akers to an Achilles tendon injury, less than a week ago the same fate was made official for Travis Etienne at the Jaguars due to a foot injury, and now the Ravens suffered this misfortune.

Can Baltimore overcome this decline? How affected will your running attack be? We read you in the comments under this article and on our social networks.