6) Let’s step away from Jackson for now. The Ravens offensive line plays a like a top ten unit in 2020. Two words for this one: Joe D’Alessandris. The Ravens offensive line coach has long proven to be able to get the most from his players. Despite losing Marshal Yanda to retirement, the O Line carries their weight this season.
7) Ronnie Stanley stacks another All-Pro season and becomes the highest paid offensive lineman in the NFL next off-season. I know that Laremy Tunsil just secured a Brinks truck, but the Ravens will do what it takes to keep their prized left tackle in the fold after a second monster year from Stanley
8) Mark Ingram leads the 2020 Ravens in rushing. Some might find this hot take but I expect Jackson to run much less in 2020. Gus Edwards and J.K. Dobbins will play prominent roles in the running game, but Ingram carries the mail, racking up 1100+ yards.
9) Ingram sees a touchdown regression in 2020. In the eight seasons prior to 2019, Ingram averaged just over seven combined touchdowns a season. Last season, Ingram racked up a career high 15 combined touchdowns. Ingram will finish with 10 combined touchdowns in 2020.
10) Dobbins and Edwards both total 600+ yards rushing as well. The Ravens have a really good chance to break their own record from last season where they chewed up an NFL record 3,296 yards on the ground. They are so deep at the running back position and their offensive line is still built to push people. When you add in the dual threat capabilities of Jackson, the sky is the limit.