Leading New Orleans in attempts and yardage, Ingram's 6.0 yards per carry currently rank fourth among all NFL rushers coming out of Week 2.
On the heels of three underwhelming seasons, Ingram -- the team's first-round pick in 2011 -- has made a strong case for more touches inside Sean Payton's otherwise pass-happy attack. With the Browns putting pressure all afternoon on Drew Brees, it was Ingram who cut up Cleveland's defense and helped keep New Orleans in the game with a downhill running style that makes him a headache to bring down.
Showing renewed power and quickness all summer, Ingram was -- and is -- primed for a runaway breakout campaign this autumn. Those hopes, for now, are on hold.