Lamar Jackson is a former MVP three seasons removed from getting the award. Missing some time and playing under a stale OC might have cut his ceiling short, but that might be about to change with Todd Monken's varied playbook now in Baltimore.
The Ravens could have brought a better quarterback to back up Jackson in 2023, but keeping both Tyler Huntley and Josh Johnson around was not the worst possible outcome. Same as with the tight ends unit ranked one spot below the QBs room, at the end of the day this is mostly a one-man army and Lamar is undeniably an elite talent at the position.
Jackson said a few months ago that he was aiming at passing for 6,000 yards. If he does that, then he alone will jump up to the no. 1 spot in the positional power rankings. Even if that doesn't happen we won't be mad at him.
Lamar signed a hefty contract extension, became the richest man in the NFL for a few weeks, and should be poised and eager to have his best season ever playing with the strongest pass-catching unit he's enjoyed through his pro career.
Huntley and Johnson are nothing otherworldly, and perhaps a better backup would have been better, but it was obvious that the likes of Baker Mayfield and other names linked to the Ravens were never going to accept the QB2 role. It's all about Lamar, anyway.