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QB Lamar Jackson Baltimore Ravens Player Page

#8 Lamar Jackson, QB
Baltimore Ravens
Height 6' 2"
Weight 212 lbs
Age 23
Birthdate January 7th 1997
College Louisville
Year 2018
Round 1   Pick 32
Season Statistics
YEARGPATT CMPPCTPYDSTDsINT
2018161709958.2120163
20191540126566.13127366
2019 Fantasy Points by Week
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WeekATTCMPPCTPYDSTDsINTPTS
1201785.032450
2372464.927220
3432251.226700
4342470.624732
5281967.916113
6332163.623600
720945.014300
9231773.916310
10171588.222330
11241770.822240
12201575.016950
13231460.910510
14251664.014531
15231565.221250
16312064.523830
19593152.536512
Strength of Schedule
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Fantasy Analysis
Season Projections
Operating as a full-time starter in an offense that's specifically tailored to highlight his abilities, the insanely athletic do-it-all Jackson is coming off a massive 2019 sophomore breakout. The regular-season MVP topped all quarterbacks with a new single-season record in carries and rushing yards, paced the NFL in touchdown passes (2.4 per contest) and led all signal-callers in fantasy scoring. As a runner, Jackson averaged a crazy 11.7 carries per game and was the only quarterback to average more than 80 rushing yards per outing (80.4). Despite his hefty number of scoring strikes, an unsustainable 8.9 percent touchdown rate and a vastly improved completion percentage, Jackson finished only 22nd in passing yardage (208.5 yards per game). The Ravens say they want him to run less, but Jackson wouldn't be Jackson if he didn't tote the rock regularly. Jackson's steady weekly rushing production, which is richly rewarded in almost all fantasy scoring formats, gives him a super-safe fantasy floor. The Louisville product's passing skills should continue to improve. When Jackson was forced into drop-back passing during Baltimore's Divisional Round loss to Tennessee, he threw for 365 yards and one score but connected on just 31 of 59 attempts with a pair of picks. Jackson's young receivers, particularly go-to target Mark Andrews, Marquise "Hollywood" Brown and Miles Boykin, should continue to improve, too. Huge weekly passing numbers from Jackson, however, will be an exception and not the rule in a run-first offense that rarely gets into shootouts. Common sense says statistical regression is likely for Jackson in all areas, but this elite fantasy weapon should still be among the first quarterbacks selected in all drafts.

Passing: 3088 Yards, 30 TD, 9 INT.
Rushing: 1308 Yards, 7 TD.

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