Report: Lamar Jackson not looking good for Sunday

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There’s growing pessimism about Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson’s availability for Sunday’s playoff game against the Bengals.

Jackson’s injured knee is still not quite right and it’s not looking good for him to be able to play this week, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

That’s no surprise, given that Ravens head coach John Harbaugh didn’t sound particularly optimistic when giving a non-update about Jackson’s status on Monday.

Jackson suffered his knee injury on December 4 and at the time there were reports that he’d only miss a couple weeks. But Sunday will be six weeks from the injury, and it appears that he still won’t be ready.

Without Jackson, the Ravens are going to be long shots to beat the Bengals, which means that it’s entirely possible that Baltimore’s season will end on Sunday. Jackson is slated to become a free agent in March, and one of the biggest questions of this NFL offseason will be whether he and the Ravens can come to terms on a new contract.

99 responses to “Report: Lamar Jackson not looking good for Sunday

  1. Betting on himself isn’t looking like the best plan for Lamar at this point.

  2. Baltimore without Jackson and Miami without Tua?

    If that happens 1/3 of the games this weekend are automatic stinkers.

  3. No way the Ravens beat the Bengals without Lamar unless something crazy happens. Punt return TD, KO Return TD. Pick 6s. Has to be something to turn the game. Cinci just has to play solid and they will wrap it up.

  4. Anything short of a Jackson led Raven run this post season his career in Baltimore is over. This isn’t an injury driven situation, its a Jackson orchestrated hold out.

  5. Lamar Jackson not looking good for a long term contract with high guarantees.

    They were underdogs with him. Dude has been flat out meh during the playoffs.

  6. One of the biggest criticisms of Lamar’s career has been that he’s had almost no success in the post season. Coming back at half strength would probably not help the narrative. I suspect he doesn’t play another snap until he’s the highest paid QB in the league.

  7. Coming off his rookie deal and no contract from the Ravens for next year, he absolutely should not step on the field until he knee is 100 %.

    If he played and got hurt, he would get discarded like RG3.

  8. What a fall. So, Baltimmore wasted 5 years investing in this guy and they actually think someone is going to give them picks for the immaturity after they tag him? What a mess.

  9. Jalen Hurts is the more cerebral and accurate passing version of Lamar….. Lamar is old news

  10. Nothing, and I mean nothing, is more important to the success of a QB than the ability to run….. Oh, wait….I meant RB.

  11. I don’t care what he says, he 100% regrets not signing that deal they offered in the off season. He is now damaged goods and nobody is gonna give him close to what he was offered let alone a 100% guaranteed contract.

  12. Was it ever established exactly what contract the Ravens offered to Jackson that he turned down? What guarantee? What length? What salary?

  13. Lamar is a good kid .. Knew this wasn’t him holding out. He really wants to win and loves football.,

  14. I don’t think people get it. He doesn’t like Baltimore. It’s too cold. Not good for his body especially the way he plays. He’s from South Florida. He wants to be in warm weather. Don’t be surprised if he ends up in Tampa or Miami.

  15. Boatloads of cash, otherwise known as “respect”. He wants more “respect” than the current most “respected” guy, in Cleveland.

  16. He’s not playing for them again. He might not even be that hurt. But he’s angry that he got hurt without the deal he wanted. So he won’t play for them again.

  17. Unfortunately he bet on not getting injured, and lost. He could have a new $200+ million contract by now. Refusing to sign cost him at least $100 million, maybe more.

  18. I hope Lamar likes the franchise tag. No way the Ravens are giving him a long term contract after this.

  19. It’s interesting the difference a few years can make . Ravens fans before and during his MVP year loved Jackson. They were often claiming he was a
    Top 3 qb , someone whose gameplay would change the league and how happy they were to land a franchise quarterback. We kept hearing how his passing will improve and that he would be an unstoppable force after that.

    Unfortunately his passing game didn’t really improve. ( it didn’t help though that the Ravens refused to get him at least one above average wide receiver. ) After early postseason exits and injuries the last two years plenty of Ravens fans now want him gone . They’re hoping for a trade while he’s franchise tagged . Crazy how it all changed so fast for the guy —

  20. sweetness says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:27 am
    Lamar is a good kid .. Knew this wasn’t him holding out. He really wants to win and loves football.,

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    I have a bridge I’d like to sell you.

  21. Business decision… plain and simple.
    If he came back and played well, it would have been an automatic franchise tag next season. It’s pretty clear there’s no long term plan between the Baltimore and Lamar since each side is far from agreeing on a number.

    The franchise tag lets Baltimore keep playing competitively while they figure out a long term solution, but with Lamar not playing for almost 2 months now, it gives some doubt to whether Baltimore should even use the tag.

    Again… smart business decision by Lamar since he wants out of Baltimore

  22. Lost in that the Baltimore offense stinks without Jackson (tends to happen when you lose a very good starter, but I digress) is that they’ve had the best defense in the league since adding Smith. This won’t be an easy game for the Bengals. Frankly, all of the pressure is on them. Ravens have nothing to lose. Harbaugh thrives in these situations.

  23. Ravens are sore losers taking cheap shots like the Steelers when they lose. Look at the hits on Boyd and Higgins from Sunday. This is going to be a very chippy game now that the Ravens won’t play professionally.

  24. Lamar is done in Baltimore & how can he justify a new contract now ? The vibe that Harbaugh & the organization keep putting out is Jackson will most likely be playing somewhere else next season

  25. Ravens have a solid team and be serious contenders if they can find a QB to fill in like Dilfer and Johnson did for them. Garrapolo would be cheaper and on a shorter contract I would think. After Jimmy G, the drop off is pretty large in the UFA market. No, Brady won’t be in a Baltimore uniform next year.

    Seems like tagging Jackson would prolong the agony.

  26. Baltimore messed their second consecutive QB contract negotiation trying to be cute. Should have extended him early after year 3 for much less money. Now they are screwed. Nobody is going trade any real assets for him without an extension in place so its limits the teams you can negotiate with and if you franchise him he doesn’t have to sign until November for the year to count towards free agency and they can’t win without him so next year is screwed too. Bad idea to be this dependent on one player. Imagine if the niners built there team as terribly as the Ravens.

  27. I generally don’t like the RB comments for Lamar. But what if, contractually speaking, the ravens plan was to treat Lamar like a RB? RBs rarely get second contracts from the teams that draft them. Was this the plan from the beginning? Dive head first into Lamar’s style of play, get the most out of his body, and then let the next team overpay a broken body. I’m willing to bet the organization wished they never gave Flacco his contract and don’t want to do the same thing for a player who may decline shortly after signing.

  28. Do you believe the timing of Roquan Smiths mega-deal was ideal, and made poor Lamar feel any better? Poe-bird land in trouble, for sure.

  29. Lamar won’t lose one dollar because of this situation. He is actually making the smartest move possible. The team wants him to go play and possibly get hurt with no guarantee? For all you calling him a RB and not that good make me question your knowledge of football. What’s was their record before he was a starter? Did he win MVP over your every other player in the league? Do the Ravens actually have a better shot winning with him or the backup this weekend? Lamar liked a post linking him to Miami early last year. Based on what’s going on with Tua I would keep my eyes on that. You put him in that situation with those weapons and he will win MVP again. The Ravens front office has had 5 years to improve the skill positions and the best they could do is bring 90 year old Desean Jackson, who no other teams wanted, off the street. Robinson is now there number one wideout and he was number 5 in Kansas City!

  30. I wonder how much Lamar will blame the NFLPA for insisting he turn down deals that are not fully guaranteed? They v won’t make him whole either.

  31. Time to move on from Lamar. There are quite a few teams that need a QB and of those a few that will be willing to trade and pay whatever it costs to get him and “fix him.” In either case, the Ravens should be looking to trade up, draft a QB who can pass and adjust the offense to a more balanced approach.

  32. “… Ravens offered Jackson an extension worth $250m, with $133m guaranteed at signing, that would have run through the 2027 season, according to ESPN. Asked whether or not he turned down a quarter of a billion dollars from the Ravens after the Jets win, Jackson replied: “Fully guaranteed?””

    A decision that isn’t aging well.

  33. jm91rs says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:16 am
    One of the biggest criticisms of Lamar’s career has been that he’s had almost no success in the post season. Coming back at half strength would probably not help the narrative. I suspect he doesn’t play another snap until he’s the highest paid QB in the league.

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    Then we may never see him again as I don’t see a reason anyone should make him the highest paid QB in the league. His career high in passing yards was 3100 yards and that was one time, in 2019.

    He hasn’t broken 3000 passing yards in 3 years and now he is getting consistently injured for long stretches every year. He’s entering Cam Newton territory.

    Cam Newton last decent year was at age 29 and out of the league at 32 after bouncing around for a few years.

  34. Not sure anyone ever thought a ligament sprain was a two week deal. Even if he can get out there, no practice for six weeks and how well could he run? The real question is whether Huntley can play.

  35. chino62885 says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:24 am

    I don’t care what he says, he 100% regrets not signing that deal they offered in the off season. He is now damaged goods and nobody is gonna give him close to what he was offered let alone a 100% guaranteed contract.
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    Totally ridiculous. Teams will sell the farm to get to Lamar. He will easily eclipse the Watson deal with another team. I don’t know what NFL you guys are watching.

  36. footballfan5 says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:20 am
    Not beating the Bengals with or without him anyway

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    They are due for another stink show.

  37. Guy just brought up Garrapolo as a replacement for Jackson. Never mind he’s older, more injury prone, and worse of a player. I’m dead, lol. Guy’s not even playing for his own playoff contending team and will cost about $30 mil a year. Some of you people need to stop with these stupid hot takes because you’ve never liked this guy for some odd reason that escapes me, but I’ll leave it to your imagination. Baltimore will pay Jackson just like they did Flacco. You don’t let starting QBs walk out the door.

  38. jacktatumroamingthemiddle says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:14 am
    Betting on himself isn’t looking like the best plan for Lamar at this point.
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    Quite the opposite. Lamar has won. He will end the year without a debilitating injury moving forward. He will get a top 5 QB multi year contract despite what his critics think.

  39. Before he got hurt people questioned paying a quarterback whose primary success was tied to a style no other quarterback has been successful at into their 30’s. Now, after getting injured and ending his team’s playoff hopes as a result of this style, why would you ever want to roll the dice on him again? Once the body starts breaking down it only gets worse. He has now missed games in multiple years due to leg injuries. He was initially successful when teams did not know how to defense him, but we will never be as successful as his MVP year without developing into a much better passer and I don’t see that happening. I just don’t see anyone wanting to risk paying him market value for a top 10 quarterback.

  40. The question isn’t if Baltimore *can* come to terms with him on a new contract, it’s “do they want to?” They paid Roquan Smith because they wanted him on the team for the next several years. The Ravens have had years of consistency because of smart personnel moves. They’re not going to deviate from that.

  41. 12brichandfamous says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:54 am
    I wonder how much Lamar will blame the NFLPA for insisting he turn down deals that are not fully guaranteed? They v won’t make him whole either.
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    Lamar isn’t listening to anything that the NFLPA says. Lamar is not some babe in the woods, and he would never put his own situation at risk on behalf of some nebulous cause.

  42. Remember the 2000 AFC Championship games when the Ravens D took out QB Rich Gannon with a big hit early in the game. Seems like that should be the game plan this week.

  43. Anyone that thinks there is no way Lamar is getting a big, fully guaranteed contract is forgetting, Dan Synder lives just down the street.

  44. Lamar is the next Cam Newton. Newton after his MVP season declined, started to get hurt. He was overused much like Jackson has been. Jackson is a far better passer but they haven’t surrounded him with much and his passing numbers have declined each year. He also has been terrible when he has played in their playoff games. The injuries, up and down numbers and wanting a huge contract (one of the highest paid at his position)….does Baltimore give in and give him what he wants like Arizona did to Kyler Murray? Do they tag him and try and trade him? He absurdly turned down a huge contract. Maybe it’s good for Baltimore that he did. I do think there will be a team out there that will be willing to give in and pay him what he wants.

  45. They wouldn’t beat Cincy with Jackson. That offense has been anemic even when he was healthy. Cincy by 35.

  46. For all those saying “betting on himself didn’t work” let me break it down for you: A tag is around $50 million a year and it only increases on a year by year basis. A long term contract for QB’s these days averages $40 million plus per year. If Baltimore doesn’t pay Lamar some other team will. Take your pick. Win-win for Lamar!

  47. icantstandwhitecastleanymore says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:47 am
    Ravens have a solid team and be serious contenders if they can find a QB to fill in like Dilfer and Johnson did for them. Garrapolo would be cheaper and on a shorter contract I would think. After Jimmy G, the drop off is pretty large in the UFA market. No, Brady won’t be in a Baltimore uniform next year.

    Seems like tagging Jackson would prolong the agony

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    Jimmy G was 7-3 with the most talented offense the league. Lamar Jackson was 8-4 with the least talented offense in the league. Jimmy G making the Ravens better is beyond ridiculous.

  48. These comments that state, as fact, what Lamar or the Ravens are thinking crack me up. Most of them probably come from someone who hasn’t talked to another human being in days let alone Lamar or the Ravens front office.

  49. Lamar is a huge talent. But in the playoffs where you face defensive coaches who can stop his running shows how limited he really is. If he can not run the team loses as he is not a very good pocket passer.

  50. I actually love the guy, but his injuries combined Russell Wilson’s decline are not conducive to a long term contract

    He needs an agent now more than ever. Baltimore should Franchise tag him and start grooming a new starter.

  51. As I’ve written on here since last spring, the Ravens have NO interest in signing Lamar. Not to a Watson, Murray type contract. That’s what dumb teams like the Browns and Cardinals do. The Ravens are not a dumb team. This is NOT a condemnation of Lamar, but he is what he is. And that is he can throw against teams like the Texans, the Browns, the Cardinals, in “meaningless” regular season games. But can he throw against the top 4, top 8 type teams in the playoffs, in the red zone, where and when it matters most? No. I luv watching Lamar but that’s the reality of him. The Ravens have boxed themselves into a corner with Lamar, meaning their offense. Contrast the Ravens against a team like the 9ers that can plug and play a QB as long as he’s decent. With the Ravens it’s Lamar or bust, which means you’re “forced” to pay a dumb contract or move to an offense that is more versatile. The Ravens are now going in the 9ers direction. They will take the 2 first round picks they get for Lamar, take their own 1st rounder and move up and get their QB, or take the money saved and get their QB. The Ravens are doing what the Ravens generally do, they’re being smart as much as they (should) luv Lamar, the player and person. Lamar is a great player but it is NOT smart to pay him anywhere close to Watson, Prescott, Murray type money.

  52. I have been saying this for 2 years. Trade Lamar when his value is highest. He’s not worth that money based on recent output (for the past 3 years) plus the injury situation. Lamar has peaked and may in fact be declining. I’m not a Raven fan, in fact they are one of my least liked teams, but a long term high value contract puts this team on a 9-8 or 8-9 path for years.

  53. eagleswin says:
    January 11, 2023 at 11:04 am
    jm91rs says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:16 am
    One of the biggest criticisms of Lamar’s career has been that he’s had almost no success in the post season. Coming back at half strength would probably not help the narrative. I suspect he doesn’t play another snap until he’s the highest paid QB in the league.

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    Then we may never see him again as I don’t see a reason anyone should make him the highest paid QB in the league.____________________________________________________________________

    The next decent starting QB up will always be the highest paid QB in the league. It does not mean anyone thinks he’s the best QB. He won’t be the highest guaranteed because no one is going to allow Cleveland to change the way players are paid, he won’t be the highest annual because Rodgers is about to get $50M, but he’ll be highest new money or largest average annual or something along those lines. These guys all need their egos stroked and Lamar seems to have that in him more than some of the others.

  54. Obviously there is still time left in the week, but it is becoming clear that Lamar can’t be relied on. EDC has a tough decision to make.

  55. Any team that pays Lamar huge money at this point is just a bad organization. He either is showing the wear and tear on his body from his run heavy playing style with season ending injuries the last two years, or he has no heart and is leaving his team and fans to fight without him for the second straight year. Either way, that is not a guy you pay $50M. The Ravens are a smart organization and will move on.

  56. To me, the wild thing with his contract is that we have no idea what the Ravens think of him. As far as we all know, he only started negotiating a deal this year and likely never budged off the fully guaranteed money like Watson’s getting so the discussions went nowhere. For years fans have been saying “don’t tie your money to a mobile QB that can’t possibly stay healthy into his 30s”, but we know the Ravens wanted to resign him and he wouldn’t even talk to them last year. This off season will probably be the first time the two of them have real discussions about his contract.

  57. justsaying says:
    January 11, 2023 at 11:50 am

    For all those saying “betting on himself didn’t work” let me break it down for you: A tag is around $50 million a year and it only increases on a year by year basis. A long term contract for QB’s these days averages $40 million plus per year. If Baltimore doesn’t pay Lamar some other team will. Take your pick. Win-win for Lamar!
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    For all those saying LJ will get his megadeal with another team, bear in mind that the Ravens had to completely restructure their offense to suit his style of play. The number of available teams may be much smaller than you think.

  58. mikecrabtreeschain says:
    January 11, 2023 at 11:54 am

    Jimmy G was 7-3 with the most talented offense the league. Lamar Jackson was 8-4 with the least talented offense in the league. Jimmy G making the Ravens better is beyond ridiculous.

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    Point being, there are other options and still get the same result. Tying yourself to a $260+M contract to a guy that has had no meaningful success in the playoffs and is also hurt a lot seems like a bad business decision.

  59. Ravens showed LJ that Roquan Smith contract more of a priority than him.

    Bengals win with him so why play!!!
    Ravens dont respect you!!

  60. cjmcfootball says:
    January 11, 2023 at 11:32 am
    The question isn’t if Baltimore *can* come to terms with him on a new contract, it’s “do they want to?” They paid Roquan Smith because they wanted him on the team for the next several years. The Ravens have had years of consistency because of smart personnel moves. They’re not going to deviate from that

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    Baltimore has not made many smart decisions since Ozzie Newsome retired. Hence their number 1 receiver is Sammy Watkins. Do you think Lamar wants to be there?

  61. Lamar will get 50 mil a year or the next biggest contract in NFL history. No ways around it, plain and simple. There is really nothing else to say.

  62. Why would Lamar risk 250 Million guaranteed for a team that had a chance to pay for his services a long time ago. At this point Lamar is a business and he has to do what is best for his business. Baltimore created this mess.

  63. . Teams will sell the farm to get to Lamar

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    Not a good team. Not a competitive team. No chance.

  64. when did a ligament strain become season ending?? maybe it is more then that and he doeant want anyone to know since it will hurt his value or maybe he is fine and doesnt want to play any more this season in order to avoid a bigger injury without a contract?? who knows but either way he is not making himself look good in my opinion. he must be hoping to get tagged for 40 mil, have a huge year then sign the mega contract, but i dont thing fully guaranteed is in his future after this year for many reasons. 1 reader said he had better record then jimmy g with less of an offense, look at the reason he has less of an offense around him…..he is the reason he has no offense around him no top tier wr’s want to play with him since he is 1 read then run, that would kill their stats and thier ability to get paid. cant develope an O around an inaccurate running qb, when will the league learn that

  65. bullcharger says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:15 am
    No way the Ravens beat the Bengals without Lamar unless something crazy happens. Punt return TD, KO Return TD. Pick 6s. Has to be something to turn the game. Cinci just has to play solid and they will wrap it up.

    =========================================================================================

    Last meeting with a third string QB the Bangal won 27 – 16. They scored 21 points
    from turnovers…. take away the turnovers and Ravens win 16 – 6 !!!!

  66. 5 years in the league, he’s never completed 300 passes in a season and only once had more than 2,900 yards passing. At 21 he could deal with all of the pain being tackled in the field running the ball. He’s now 26. Does anyone see him running like this (9-12 times a game) at 30? 35? Cam Newton (much bigger) broke down running 7-9 times a game). Russell Wilson, still going strong at 34, and a far more enthusiastic passer (all 11 seasons over 3,000 yards passing, and 5 seasons with more than 300 completions) than Jackson, and he only runs 3-6 times a game.

  67. I’ve never heard the Ravens organization have anything but the highest praise for Lamar as a QB, person, teammate and team leader. I still have hope that Lamar is signed and is a Raven for life. That said, this is deeply disappointing at this point. If Lamar is not hurt and has refused to play for contract or personal reasons, it goes against everything he has been and has stood for until now. My bet is he plays this week and all the issues are put behind the team. I expect he will sign at a fair number and everything moves forward. It was poor decision on his part to demand FGC and refuse offer made in last off-season. It could have avoided all this nonsense. But there’s one thing Ravens fans have learned in the past couple years; the team needs to be healthy for the playoffs. I believe the best could but coming shortly for Lamar in Baltimore. Otherwise he’s spent a lot of energy fooling us about who he really is.

  68. txdr says:
    January 11, 2023 at 12:03 pm
    As I’ve written on here since last spring, the Ravens have NO interest in signing Lamar. Not to a Watson, Murray type contract. That’s what dumb teams like the Browns and Cardinals do. The Ravens are not a dumb team. This is NOT a condemnation of Lamar, but he is what he is. And that is he can throw against teams like the Texans, the Browns, the Cardinals, in “meaningless” regular season games. But can he throw against the top 4, top 8 type teams in the playoffs, in the red zone, where and when it matters most? No. I luv watching Lamar but that’s the reality of him. The Ravens have boxed themselves into a corner with Lamar, meaning their offense. Contrast the Ravens against a team like the 9ers that can plug and play a QB as long as he’s decent. With the Ravens it’s Lamar or bust, which means you’re “forced” to pay a dumb contract or move to an offense that is more versatile. The Ravens are now going in the 9ers direction. They will take the 2 first round picks they get for Lamar, take their own 1st rounder and move up and get their QB, or take the money saved and get their QB. The Ravens are doing what the Ravens generally do, they’re being smart as much as they (should) luv Lamar, the player and person. Lamar is a great player but it is NOT smart to pay him anywhere close to Watson, Prescott, Murray type money
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    Yea because the Ravens aren’t known to make dumb moves like making Joe Flacco the highest paid QB in league history at the time jacking their cap situation up for years ILMAO……. Ravens will definitely end up paying Lamar, it’s just a matter of time.

    And every QB you brought up there is a top 10 QB talent, Murray is one of the best young QBs in the league 1 down season that has nothing to do with his play doesn’t change that AZ was by far the most injured offense in the NFL he was playing behind a 3rd string quality OL signed off of the street injuries to WR/TE/RBs and a PS OL. No QB is doing any better than Murray with AZ this last year, his first 3 years he was a top 10 caliber QB.

  69. No surprise he lost a ton of money by not signing months ago the Ravems really don’t want him anymore now he’s just confused and mad.

  70. Remember when everybody lost their mind when Brett Veach signed Mahomes to a 10 year $400 million contract? I’m betting that there’s a lot of fans out there that wish Veach was their teams GM now, the man’s a genius and is always 2 steps ahead of the rest of league.

  71. mikecrabtreeschain says:
    January 11, 2023 at 12:37 pm
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    Baltimore has not made many smart decisions since Ozzie Newsome retired. Hence their number 1 receiver is Sammy Watkins. Do you think Lamar wants to be there?

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    This just shows clearly you are here to troll. Their #1 receiver is there, Mark Andrews. It is an offense that relies on the run and passes to TEs. Lamar’s favorite target is Andrews. They lost Bateman, who was starting out well his second year, and Duvernay who was having a breakout year of his own. I could point out other moves by EDC but I don’t think logic and common sense will work.

  72. I just wish people would come to their senses about Lamar. The simple fact is that he’s just not very good at QB. Put aside the “he was MVP back in 2019!” and “he’s won tons of regular season games!” and just recognize the facts.

    In his last 9 games, Lamar threw for a whopping 166 yards per game, with 0.7 TDs and 1 TO per game (either pick or fumble), with 20 sacks, and a completion % in the low-60s. He was objectively one of the worst, if not the worst, QBs in the league.

    Since his MVP season, he’s gone nowhere but downhill. His flaws are obvious: he’s inaccurate, can’t read defenses, can’t handle pressure, can’t throw outside the numbers, and tucks and runs at any hint of pressure.

    And now he’s damaged goods, having been hurt seriously 2 years in a row.

    And… he’s now quit on his team.

    I just wish the Baltimore fans and media would just stop with this preposterous narrative that he’s elite. He’s not. He can’t win in the playoffs against good defenses. How many years do you need to see that?

    He’s an amazing athlete. Average to poor QB.

  73. You people talking about his running do realize that he got hurt standing in the pocket, right? Right.

  74. Ogre2005,

    Except they did beat them with Jackson already this year, lol. Some of you just pull it out, smell it, and keep digging for more you know what. Offense has literally went from top five scoring to bottom of the league, but that’s the same production. Mentally ill. Please lock these people up from their smart devices.

  75. realfootballfan says:
    January 11, 2023 at 4:47 pm
    You people talking about his running do realize that he got hurt standing in the pocket, right? Right.

    That’s irrelevant. His passing game didn’t make him MVP, his running game with that elusive style did. If he can’t run like he used to he simply won’t be as productive as he used to be. Right? Right.

  76. He’s looking good to leave Baltimore without a contract, or an employer next year.

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