Baltimore Ravens schedule: 3 expectations for Lamar Jackson in 2021

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Baltimore Ravens fans will see Lamar Jackson on the Pro Bowl roster again

There’s a standard in Baltimore with this Ravens organization. Everything this team does is about getting to football’s biggest game and winning it, but even though no one on this team or in this fan base is overly motivated by the individual accolades, you can’t be surprised when, with all of this team’s individual talent, that they’ll see a few guys garner some achievement.

Marquise Brown isn’t called “Hollywood” for no reason. J.K.Dobbins will continue to improve, as will Devin Duvernay, and with the aforementioned Watkins, Boykin, and Bateman (who’s going to be a star), Jackson has a wealth of offensive options.

That’s a long-winded way of saying this. Lamar Jackson has a ton of talent in his supporting cast, and with offensive coordinator Greg Roman’s help, this will be a season-long march to another MVP-worthy campaign and a Pro Bowl nod that comes at the end of it.

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Yes, at the time of this story being published, we’re approaching the end of May and the beginning of June. No one cares.

Write it down for yourselves if it didn’t sink in the first time. Lamar Jackson is going to the Pro Bowl, and while this will be the second time that has happened, keep your fingers crossed that he won’t have to play in it.

Hopefully, the Ravens will have a more important game to play on February 13th.