Ravens RB J.K. Dobbins expresses major frustration at lack of red zone usage

The Baltimore Ravens suffered a heartbreaking defeat at the hands of the Cincinnati Bengals on Wild Card Weekend, losing by the score of 24-17. In the loss there were plenty of questionable decisions by Baltimore’s coaching staff, including play calling, time management and player usage.

After the game concluded, running back J.K. Dobbins expressed major frustration at his role, particularly in the red zone. Dobbins explained that he wanted the ball towards the goal line, especially on the play where Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley lost a fumble on a quarterback sneak from the one-yard line, resulting in a likely 14-point swing.

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Dobbins ended the game with 13 carries for 59 yards, which comes out to a 4.8 yards per carry average. He also caught a touchdown in the contest, but has only eclipsed 15 carries once in his NFL career despite having an impressive resumé and plenty of early success at the professional level.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire