3. Lamar Jackson will score over 50 total touchdowns:
With limited help at the wide receiver position, Lamar Jackson led all quarterbacks in 2019 in passing touchdowns. In addition to his 36 touchdowns in the air, he also had seven on the ground. In his first full season as a starting quarterback, Jackson had 43 total touchdowns. If he stays healthy, he has a chance to shatter that number. Getting over 50 touchdowns isn’t a huge jump from his 2019 numbers. Jackson may have gotten to 50 touchdowns if he didn’t sit the equivalent of a game in fourth quarters and if he wasn’t rested in the final week of the season.
Jackson just saw the benefit of what a full offseason of work can do for his game. There is no doubt that Jackson will come into the 2020 season as an even better player. The difference between 2018 Jackson and 2019 Jackson was jaw dropping. Because Jackson always stays humble and always remains focused on the overall objective of winning a Super Bowl, it’s a safe bet that Jackson will enter the next season as an even more refined and polished quarterback.
Jackson made magic happen by throwing most of his passes to three tight ends. If the Ravens get better at wide receiver (which isn’t that hard to accomplish in an offseason) Jackson is going to be an even more dangerous quarterback. Look for Jackson to score an insane amount of touchdowns in his second full season as a starter. Jackson is a player who only gets better. Scoring over 50 touchdowns is a goal that Jackson can achieve. It would solidify that the second unanimous MVP in NFL history is truly the most exciting play-maker int he game of football.