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QB Lamar Jackson Baltimore Ravens Player Page

#8 Lamar Jackson, QB    Fantasy Football Injury Status   Questionable - Illness
Baltimore Ravens
Height 6' 2"
Weight 212 lbs
Age 22
Birthdate January 7th 1997
College Louisville
Year 2018
Round 1   Pick 32
Season Statistics
2019 Fantasy Points by Week
Recent Games
Strength of Schedule
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Fantasy Analysis
Week 11 Projections
The passing attempts have been down in recent weeks, but he keeps lighting up the scoreboard anyway - whether it be with his legs or the few times he does go airborne. The Texans are in the bottom 10 in the league against quarterbacks and the only mobile quarterback they've played against (Gardner Minshew) ran for 90 yards in his two games against them. Not that you were considering getting cute anyway with starting him, but expect another big week from the young star.
Passing: 214 Yards, 1 TD, 1 INT.
Rushing: 70 Yards, 1 TD.

Season Projections
Making just seven regular-season starts during his 2018 rookie campaign, Jackson quickly dazzled the fantasy universe with his insane game-changing speed and athleticism. He set a new NFL quarterback record with 147 carries on the season. From Week 11 through Week 17, Jackson racked up fantasy QB9 scoring thanks mainly to his scrambling ability. Averaging an insane 17 carries per start, Jackson amassed at least 67 rushing yards or at least one rushing score in five outings (556 rushing yards and four touchdowns altogether). He also flashed a powerful-as-advertised arm, but Jackson, as expected, struggled mightily with accuracy (58.2 percent) and was off target on 22 percent of his throws as one of the league's worst passers. Averaging only 22.6 attempts per start, Jackson passed for at least 200 yards or multiple touchdowns in only two outings and failed to toss a scoring strike in three contests. It's a no-brainer that Jackson will continue to rely heavily on his rushing prowess in a conservative run-heavy Ravens offense under new offensive boss and respected ground-game schemer Greg Roman. Can Jackson sustain a 17 carries-per-game workload over the course of a full season? We'll see. The key to Jackson's value is whether he makes any strides as a passer while operating with an overhauled young receiver corps that includes safety valve Mark Andrews, speedy rookies Marquise Brown and Miles Boykin, Chris Moore, Willie Snead and Mark Ingram. Even though Jackson's rushing production gives him fantasy starter upside, his low-volume passing and durability worries make the dual-threat signal caller safer to draft as a backup.

Passing: 1415 Yards, 10 TD, 4 INT.
Rushing: 520 Yards, 5 TD.

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Injury Report
Week 10 - Questionable - Illness

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