College: Louisville | 2 years
Height: 6'2" | Weight: 212 lbs
Birth Date: 1/7/1997
Depth Chart: QB.1
2019 Bye Week: 8
Total Pts: 108
Avg Pts: 18.00
Rank: 3 QB
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|Week 1||28||Lamar Jackson 6 rushing yds (1 pts)|
Lamar Jackson 5 passing TDs (20 pts)
. . . Lamar Jackson 47 yd TD pass to Marquise Brown
. . . Lamar Jackson 83 yd TD pass to Marquise Brown
. . . Lamar Jackson 33 yd TD pass to Willie Snead IV
. . . Lamar Jackson 5 yd TD pass to Miles Boykin
. . . Lamar Jackson 1 yd TD pass to Patrick Ricard
Lamar Jackson 324 passing yds (1 pts)
Lamar Jackson 324 passing yds (5 pts)
Lamar Jackson 83 yd TD pass (1 pts)
|Week 2||20||Lamar Jackson 120 rushing yds (1 pts)|
Lamar Jackson 120 rushing yds (6 pts)
Lamar Jackson 2 passing TDs (8 pts)
. . . Lamar Jackson 27 yd TD pass to Mark Andrews
. . . Lamar Jackson 1 yd TD pass to Hayden Hurst
Lamar Jackson 272 passing yds (1 pts)
Lamar Jackson 272 passing yds (4 pts)
|Week 3||14||Lamar Jackson 1 rushing TD (6 pts)|
. . . Lamar Jackson 9 yd rushing TD
Lamar Jackson 46 rushing yds (1 pts)
Lamar Jackson 46 rushing yds (2 pts)
Lamar Jackson 267 passing yds (1 pts)
Lamar Jackson 267 passing yds (4 pts)
|Week 4||20||Lamar Jackson 66 rushing yds (1 pts)|
Lamar Jackson 66 rushing yds (3 pts)
Lamar Jackson 3 passing TDs (12 pts)
. . . Lamar Jackson 9 yd TD pass to Miles Boykin
. . . Lamar Jackson 8 yd TD pass to Mark Andrews
. . . Lamar Jackson 50 yd TD pass to Willie Snead IV
Lamar Jackson 247 passing yds (1 pts)
Lamar Jackson 247 passing yds (4 pts)
Lamar Jackson 50 yd TD pass (1 pts)
Lamar Jackson 2 interceptions thrown (-2 pts)
|Week 5||8||Lamar Jackson 70 rushing yds (1 pts)|
Lamar Jackson 70 rushing yds (3 pts)
Lamar Jackson 1 passing TD (4 pts)
. . . Lamar Jackson 11 yd TD pass to Marquise Brown
Lamar Jackson 161 passing yds (1 pts)
Lamar Jackson 161 passing yds (2 pts)
Lamar Jackson 3 interceptions thrown (-3 pts)
|Week 6||18||Lamar Jackson 1 rushing TD (6 pts)|
. . . Lamar Jackson 21 yd rushing TD
Lamar Jackson 152 rushing yds (1 pts)
Lamar Jackson 152 rushing yds (7 pts)
Lamar Jackson 236 passing yds (1 pts)
Lamar Jackson 236 passing yds (3 pts)
|Week 7||16||21-242yds / 1.5TDs 11-61yds / 0.3TDs projected|
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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson posted 236 passing yards, 152 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown against the Bengals in Week 6. Baltimore plays a Seahawks Defense in Week 7 that's allowed the eighth-most passing yards in the league through six games (1,602). Seattle has allowed at least 15 fantasy points every week to opposing quarterbacks in 2019 and let Baker Mayfield run for a touchdown in Week 6. Receiver Marquise Brown is still questionable to play with an ankle injury. If Hollywood is unable to go on Sunday, expect tight end Mark Andrews to get the bulk of targets and for Jackson to use his legs to get the ball moving. Jackson has firmly placed himself as a top-three QB start for the rest of the way.
Kansas City Chiefs RB LeSean McCoy leads all rushers - minimum 20 rush attempts - with 6.79 yards per carry on first down. Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson ranks second at 6.32, while Minnesota Vikings RB Alexander Mattison (5.87), Jacksonville Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette (5.83) and San Francisco 49ers RB Matt Breida (5.71) round out the top five.
Ravens' QB Lamar Jackson scored an impressive 33.00 fantasy points in Sunday's Week 6 win against the Bengals. Jackson threw for 236 yards on 21-of-33. It's the 4th time this season Jackson scored at least 25 fantasy points in a game.
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson completed 21-of-33 passes for 236 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions in Week 6 against the Cincinnati Bengals, but he had 19 runs for 152 yards and a score. He became the first player in the Super Bowl era to throw for 200 yards and run for 150 yards in the same game.
Fantasy Spin: Jackson has thrown just one touchdown over the past two games with a total of 397 passing yards, but he has 222 rushing yards, and at least 46 yards on the ground in each of the past five outings. He remains a solid fantasy option in most leagues for his dual threat ability. The Ravens travel to meet the Seattle Seahawks in Week 7.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson carried the ball 19 times for a career-high 152 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's Week 6 win against Cincinnati. Jackson also threw for 236 yards, making him the first quarterback in the Super Bowl era to run for 150 yards and throw for 200 in a single game. Jackson didn't have a passing touchdown, but connected with tight end Mark Andrews six times for a game-high 99 yards on nine targets. The Ravens' next leading receiver was Miles Boykin who caught two balls for 28 yards. Baltimore faces a Seahawks Defense in Week 7 that allowed Baker Mayfield to throw for 249 yards and a touchdown in Week 6, but picked him off three times.
Baltimore's QB Lamar Jackson ran for 152 yards on 19 carries with one touchdown in Sunday's win against the Bengals.
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson completed 19 of his 28 passes for 161 yards, a touchdown and three interceptions and rushed 14 times for 70 yards in a 26-23 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 5.
Fantasy Spin: Jackson struggled throwing the ball in this one, but thanks to his running ability, he was able to salvage his day to a degree. He should get back on track in a big way against the winless Bengals in Week 5.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson threw for 161 yards with a touchdown and three picks in Week 5's overtime win against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Jackson also added a game-high 70 yards on the ground on 14 attempts. His only touchdown came early in the second quarter to receiver Marquise Brown for 11 yards. The Ravens face a winless Bengals Defense in Week 6 that's given up over 1200 passing yards through five games, so expect Jackson to bounce back.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has thrown for 1,100 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions so far this season. Jackson has also added 238 yards on the ground with one touchdown on 36 attempts. The Ravens play a Steelers Defense in Week 5 that's allowed over 1,000 passing yards and hasn't been very impressive. Expect Jackson to continue heavily targeting wide receiver Hollywood Brown and tight end Mark Andrews. Going into Week 5, Jackson deserves to be the starter in your lineups just as much as Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
Ravens' QB Lamar Jackson scored 28.95 fantasy points in Sunday's Week 4 loss against the Browns. Jackson threw for 247 yards on 24-of-34 with three touchdowns and two interceptions. It's the 3rd time this season Jackson scored at least 25 fantasy points in a game.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson threw for 247 yards and three touchdowns in Week 4's loss to the Browns. Going into halftime, Jackson had only thrown for 34 yards and an eight-yard touchdown to receiver Miles Boykin. Jackson also threw his first two picks of the season in the fourth quarter as the Ravens were trying to climb back from a 22 point deficit. He was the team's second-leading rusher, gaining 66 yards on nine attempts. Jackson's other two touchdowns went to tight end Mark Andrews and wide receiver Willie Snead. Jackson is still a high-quality option in Week 5 against a Steelers Defense that has allowed over 1300 total yards through three games played.
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson completed 24-of-34 passes for 247 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions in Week 4 against the Cleveland Browns and he ran nine times for 66 yards.
Fantasy Spin: Jackson was mostly held at bay, but he still managed to post a pretty good stat line with some big plays late in the game. He has emerged as a must-start fantasy option in most formats. The Ravens travel to meet the Steelers in Week 5.
Cleveland Browns starting cornerbacks Denzel Ward (hamstring) and Greedy Williams (hamstring) are both unlikely to play against the Ravens. With the team also potentially missing safety Morgan Burnett (quad), among others in Week 4, the door is open for an uptick in production from quarterback Lamar Jackson, wide receiver Marquise Brown, and possibly tight end Mark Andrews (foot) against an already mediocre Browns Defense.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson threw for 267 yards and no touchdowns on 22-for-43 passing in Week 3 against the Kansas City Chiefs. Jackson will look to rebound on this performance against division rival Cleveland. The Browns Defense is ninth in the league in passing yards allowed this season (639). Cleveland had two picks and gave up two touchdowns to Jared Goff in Week 3. Jackson rushed eight times for 46 yards and a touchdown against the Chiefs. His legs will continue to provide boosted fantasy value as the season progresses. Jackson is still a top-start against a battered Cleveland secondary.
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson completed 22-of-43 passes for 267 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions in Week 3 against the Kansas City Chiefs in his battle with QB Patrick Mahomes. He was able to run eight times for 46 yards and a score in the loss.
Fantasy Spin: Jackson was sacked three times and he didn't throw for a score after tossing seven in the first two outings. He hasn't been picked off in three contests this season, and he did find the end zone with his feet, but fantasy owners have been spoiled and come to expect more now. He'll look to get back on track in Week 4 against the Cleveland Browns.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson didn't throw a touchdown but managed to run one in during the loss to the Chiefs on Sunday. Jackson would finish with 46 rushing yards on eight attempts and also went 22-for-43 for 267 yards. After accumulating seven touchdowns coming into this one, the sophomore failed to find the end zone through the air but was still effective on the road, nonetheless. He will look to retain his fantasy efficiency in Week 4 against the Browns.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson goes into Week 3 having thrown for 596 yards and seven touchdowns. The Ravens play in Kansas City Sunday in what will most likely be a high scoring shoot-out. The Chiefs Defense stands in the middle of the league in passing yards allowed (525) and has given up 36 points through the first two weeks of the season. Jackson is on a serious breakout path and you can expect him to put up good numbers for your fantasy team Sunday. Start him with confidence as he is a solid QB1 in Week 3.
Ravens' QB Lamar Jackson scored an impressive 33.60 fantasy points in Sunday's Week 2 win against the Cardinals. Jackson threw for 272 yards on 24-of-37 with two touchdowns. It's the 2nd time this season Jackson scored at least 25 fantasy points in a game.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson led the team in rushing in Sunday's Week 2 win over the Arizona Cardinals, racking up a career-high 120 yards on 16 carries. He also continued to show his ability as an efficient passer by throwing for 272 yards and two touchdowns without turning the ball over. Jackson connected with tight ends Mark Andrews and Hayden Hurst for each of his touchdowns. Going forward it's looking that Jackson will target his tight ends healthily, especially when under distress. Andrews has proven himself to be the Ravens most reliable receiver through the first two weeks. Jackson also found rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown for eight receptions on 13 targets for 86 yards. The Ravens will play against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 3 in what should be another fun matchup.
Ravens' QB Lamar Jackson ran for 120 yards on 16 carries but no touchdowns in Sunday's win against the Cardinals.