Justin Forsett or Javorius Allen? Which Ravens running back will lead the team in touches this season? Forsett is still the likely starter, and the Ravens believe he’s the best fit to run behind their zone-blocking scheme. So he’s still the best bet, especially with some of the ball security issues Allen had last season. But fantasy owners should proceed with caution when considering the Ravens’ backs, especially since rookie Kenneth Dixon is now in the mix, and the team lost one of its best run blockers, Kelechi Osemele, to free agency. What are the expectations for Dixon, the rookie from Louisiana Tech? Dixon will probably start the season as a third-down back at best, but by year’s end, it would hardly be surprising if he emerges as the team’s lead back. The Ravens love how he finishes runs and gets downhill, so he should get some goal-line carries as well. He was very, very productive in college. What should we expect from Breshad Perriman after he missed all of last season? The Ravens don’t even know what to expect. Perriman has become an enigma after what was initially believed to be a minor knee injury wound up ending his rookie season before it began. Perriman isolated himself from the rest of the team for months, spurring even more questions. As of mid-August he was still not practicing, but the Ravens were hopeful he would be ready for the season opener. I wouldn’t expect too much too early. He’ll likely be the No. 3 or 4 receiver until he proves capable of more.