Ravens running back Justin Forsett is still the leading rusher for the Ravens.Fantasy Spin:He had 23 carries for 95 yards, but Bernard Pierce vultured the one Baltimore rushing touchdown. Forsett is still the guy to owner and start out of the Ravens backfield.
Ravens running back Justin Forsett is fifth in the NFL in rushing (408 yards), after his 111-yard performance Sunday against the Buccaneers.
At the beginning of training camp, did anyone expect Forsett to be the Ravens’ leading rusher through Week 6, averaging 6.4 yards per carry with three TD’s? There was very little attention paid when Forsett was signed as a free agent. Yet...
Ravens running back Justin Forsett produced 111 yards on 14 carries Sunday afternoon.Fantasy Spin:He has seemingly taken over the job as Baltimore's lead back. Bernard Pierce did manage a touchdown in garbage time, but Forsett is the tailback for owners to hold on to, as of now.
Lately, the NFL has been replete with reminders that professional athletes lives don’t go on hold off the field.
That’s why this video is so refreshing, as at a time when there is scandal after scandal — many of which affect the household — any glimpse of joy is a welcome sight.
Speaking of a welcome sight, Justin Forsett has been nothing but productive since joining the...
Justin Forsett’s toddler son doesn’t care that some view him only as a change-of-pace running back. He isn’t a prototypical workhorse. That didn’t matter Sunday when Forsett’s son saw him on television during the Ravens-Colts game.
My wife @michellekole sent me this after the game. My son got excited when he saw who was on tv. #ProudPops #PutASmileOnMyFace...
While Baltimore Ravens running back Justin Forsett grinded out nearly 100 yards of offense at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Sunday, his 21-month-year-old year old son Judah was watching at home when he spotted a familiar face.
Forsett's wife captured the incredibly adorable moment:
Somewhat of a journeyman with his fourth team in as many seasons, Forsett has averaged 5...
I don’t play fantasy football, but if I did it would be difficult to find a better QB and running back duo right now than Joe Flacco and Justin Forsett.
The Ravens offense is clicking at a record pace in Gary Kubiak’s new system— well, at least against the Carolina Panthers. The Indy Colts are next on the Ravens schedule at Lucas Oil Stadium. I think the Colts will be a lot...
The Baltimore Ravens are having a rough week, to say the least. Despite Sunday’s brutal loss against Cincinnati, officials decided to terminate Ray Rice’s contract Monday after TMZ released additional video of his domestic violence situation. The team will hopefully look past this distraction and focus on Thursday’s primetime divisional battle at home against the Pittsburgh...
Justin Forsett scored the longest run in Texans franchise history, an 81-yard dash against the Lions on Thanksgiving. However, it wasn’t a touchdown, but because of an awful NFL rule, it is.Becuase Jim Schwartz threw a challenge flag when the play couldn’t be reviewed, the ref couldn’t review the play. Unfortunate break for the Texans and horrible luck for the Lions.
We had a chance to talk to Houston Texans running back Justin Forsett. We talked about his return to Texas, the weather and what his old team the Seattle Seahawks and what their fans meant to him.
Listen to the exclusive interview with Forsett here.
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