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6 months agoBaltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is looking to progress as he enters his second season. With the departure of Joe Flacco, who was traded to the Broncos this past offseason after over a decade of service in Baltimore, the sophomore quarterback will now take over as the head signal-caller. While Jackson showed up to camp in tremendous shape after proclaiming to have added 17 pounds of muscle in hopes of protecting himself as a runner, the team is looking for an adjustment as it relates to his accuracy. Jackson ran a record-setting 147 times last season, compiling 695 yards and five touchdowns on the ground. However, he semi-struggled in the veracity department, bolstering an unattractive 58.2 completion percentage on 99-for-170 passing. Though he managed to throw six touchdowns and only three interceptions through 16 games (seven starts), he will have to prove that he is more than just a rushing quarterback. That may be a tall order as the Ravens are lacking on the offensive side of the ball in addition to having one of the toughest schedules in the league in 2019. He will have some solid performances, but don’t expect Jackson to be a reasonable week-to-week fantasy quarterback this season.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBaller

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