A full commitment to Lamar Jackson:
Lamar Jackson showed such impressive growth as a passer last season that it’s reasonable to assume at this point that he will continue to improve through hard work and having better weapons. DeCosta addressed the leaky run defense by adding veterans Derek Wolfe and Calais Campbell on the line, with Justin Madubuike and Broderick Washington through the draft, and athletic rookie linebackers Patrick Queen and Malik Harrison.
So, in a nutshell, the Ravens added more toys to Lamar Jackson’s offense, maintained the backfield’s strength by resigning Jimmy Smith and welcoming back cornerback Tavon Young from injury, and addressed some weaknesses in the run defense and passing game through improved personnel.
Winning and losing in football is a team business, and the Ravens’ 2020 season will come down to the performance of the entire team. But, make no mistake about it, this is Lamar Jackson’s team. And the Ravens are going to continue to build this squad around him.