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Article says "Ravens QB Jackson didn't know about new offense for 2019 season

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I don't think relying on Lamont Jackson to learn anything is in Baltimore's best interest.  I wonder what his mom/agent thinks.

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Focal point of system didn't realize he was such a big deal

 

That will inspire the confidence of his teammates.

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51 minutes ago, Gugny said:

I don't think relying on Lamont Jackson to learn anything is in Baltimore's best interest.  I wonder what his mom/agent thinks.

I wonder how it will affect LAMAR Jackson and HIS team?

 

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Everyone jumped on the Lamar bandwagon early because the Ravens made the playoffs. 

I'm telling you, I think this kid's going to be a bust. He is NOT an NFL level thrower right now. Unless he makes serious strides, I see him having an RGIII level career.

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...they hired a new Offensive Coordinator...what the hell did he think was going to happen. I mean I've only barely paid attention to their situation but I could of sworn it was common knowledge this was happening. I mean did I accidentally stroke out and predict the future or was it reported on extensively after the season? Things like this make you think the wonderlic might be a bit more accurate than people have said.

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25 minutes ago, Warcodered said:

...they hired a new Offensive Coordinator...what the hell did he think was going to happen. I mean I've only barely paid attention to their situation but I could of sworn is was common knowledge this was happening. I mean did I accidentally stroke out and predict the future or was it reported on extensively after the season? Things like this make you think the wonderlic might be a bit more accurate than people have said.

This was my 1st thought when I saw the article. One would think it's pretty obvious that some things may change with the hiring of a new OC.

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35 minutes ago, Aussie Joe said:

Why should we care again?

No reason you should I guess. If you don't care then why waste the time to post? You sure told us.  😱

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It is almost surreal to think that your new #1 QB doesn’t grasp that a new OC will bring a new system.

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Some of the comments to that article are pretty humorous.

 

I’ll maintain the position I’ve held since last year...Jackson will prove to be no better than the 4th (if not 5th) best QB taken in the 1st round last season.

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4 hours ago, Logic said:

Everyone jumped on the Lamar bandwagon early because the Ravens made the playoffs. 

I'm telling you, I think this kid's going to be a bust. He is NOT an NFL level thrower right now. Unless he makes serious strides, I see him having an RGIII level career.

RG3 was the better prospect who has a better arm and he may be comeback player of the year if Lamar regresses.  

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He needs to stay after school for one week. Just sit in the corner

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5 hours ago, Logic said:

Everyone jumped on the Lamar bandwagon early because the Ravens made the playoffs. 

I'm telling you, I think this kid's going to be a bust. He is NOT an NFL level thrower right now. Unless he makes serious strides, I see him having an RGIII level career.

 

That's probably an insult to RG3, he actually was a decent thrower and, of course, could run. His problem ended up being a body that could not take an NFL pounding week after week.

 

Jackson can run, and that's about it. The Chargers figured out how to stop him, so that blueprint is now public.

 

It seems pretty simple, force him to throw because that is what he is terrible at. His only success in passing was on plays that broke down and he and his receivers were running all over the field in scramble drills. I don't see that as a sustainable plan for success. It will get you some exciting results sometimes, but sustainable and formula for winning in the NFL? No.

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He's still gonna take off running the second he can't figure the play out.

 

Those all weren't design run plays when was scampering around last year.

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And by the way, Roman and he are on the opposite ends of the IQ scale--that won't help. Would love to be a fly on the wall in those meetings.

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27 minutes ago, CSBill said:

And by the way, Roman and he are on the opposite ends of the IQ scale--that won't help. Would love to be a fly on the wall in those meetings.

Roman will get that offense humming. They're a perfect fit for each other.

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5 hours ago, Logic said:

Everyone jumped on the Lamar bandwagon early because the Ravens made the playoffs. 

I'm telling you, I think this kid's going to be a bust. He is NOT an NFL level thrower right now. Unless he makes serious strides, I see him having an RGIII level career.

I can't agree more. Big mistake letting Flacco go. 

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2 hours ago, Aussie Joe said:

Why should we care again?

Baltimore made the post season last year. The Ravens struggling means another spot opens up. Having a quarterback not grasp a new system or play poorly can lead to a team missing the playoffs. 

 

I agree that after hearing Jackson speak and the Wonderlic scores, I was skeptical about his ability to read a defense and comprehend a play book. This article does nothing to make those apprehensions go away. 

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This should go well.

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39 minutes ago, Doc said:

This should go well.

 

...not to worry!....I'm ready...............

 

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...meanwhile, somewhere in the mountainous foothills, Flacco was heard chuckling into his bowl of Wheaties as he put down his phone and started reviewing his new playbook notes...;)

 

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3 hours ago, Aussie Joe said:

Why should we care again?

 

Because some media fawn over Jackson while calling Josh Allen a bust.

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There's a reason Jackson posted a 13 on his wonderlic. Great athlete, but he will never be a great QB. 

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3 minutes ago, PromoTheRobot said:

 

Because some media fawn over Jackson while calling Josh Allen a bust.

Exactly. I got laughed at when I said he wasn't a NFL QB last season. He isn't any good. He is like TT (oh boy, did I just awake the cult of Tyrod) He is a RB that can throw a ball.  Ravens made a huge mistake.

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