What will make-or-break Lamar Jackson’s 2019 season will be how he’s progressed as a quality passer. We all know, or at least we should all agree, that Jackson has legitimate traits to be considered a franchise level player. However, he’ll never become a true franchise quarterback until he becomes at a minimum an above-average passer.
Thankfully, it appears that Jackson has impressed and certainly improved in that area this off-season.
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With the team’s investment to improving their receiving corps, it appears that the offense has some capable play-makers at Jackson’s disposal. Considering the Ravens have typically been a team devoid of offensive firepower, this is certainly a sight for sore eyes.
Tight end Mark Andrews could be in for a Pro Bowl caliber season, while rookies Marquise Brown and Miles Boykin could be big-time factors in their first season in the league. If everything clicks, we could see a solid passing attack for Baltimore in 2019.
The only thing standing in the way of Lamar Jackson taking the next step as a passer is himself. He’ll need to drastically improve his overall mechanics if he wants to improve his touch and accuracy. If he can’t, the Ravens might have the worst passing offense in the entire league…
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