Lamar Jackson Fantasy Stats

#8 QB  |  Baltimore Ravens
Healthy

Height / Weight 6'2"  /  205 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Jan 7, 1997 (27)
Experience 7 seasons
Drafted 2018  /  Rd. 1  /  Pk. 32   (BAL)
College Louisville

Season Stats

PASSING RUSHING
SEASON TEAM GP CMP ATT CMP% YDS AVG TD INT RATING ATT YDS AVG TD FPTS/G FPTS
2018BAL169917058.212017.16384.51476954.759.8157.5
2019BAL1526540166.131277.8366113.317612066.9727.7415.7
2020BAL1524237664.427577.326999.315910056.3722.2332.8
2021BAL1224638264.428827.5161387.01337675.8220.0240.0
2022BAL1220332662.322426.917791.11127646.8319.7236.1
2023BAL1630745767.236788.0247102.71488215.5520.7331.2
Career 86 1362 2112 64.5 15887 7.5 125 45 96.8 875 5258 6.0 29 19.9 1713.3

Game Log

PASSING RUSHING
WK DATE TEAM OPP CMP ATT CMP% YDS AVG TD INT RATING ATT YDS AVG TD FPTS
2Jan 20, 2024BALHOU1622.731526.920121.8111009.1236.1
3Jan 28, 2024BALKC2037.542727.41175.58546.8018.6

Ravens Depth Chart

QB

Lamar Jackson

Josh Johnson

Devin Leary

RB

Derrick Henry

Justice Hill

Rasheen Ali

LWR

Zay Flowers

Tylan Wallace

RWR

Rashod Bateman

Devontez Walker

Sean Ryan

SWR

Nelson Agholor

Deonte Harty

TE

Mark Andrews

Isaiah Likely

Charlie Kolar

LT

Ronnie Stanley

Patrick Mekari

LG

Andrew Vorhees

Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu

C

Tyler Linderbaum

Nick Samac

RG

Ben Cleveland

Tashawn Manning

RT

Roger Rosengarten

Daniel Faalele

Josh Jones

FS

Marcus Williams

Ar'Darius Washington

LDE

Justin Madubuike

Rayshad Nichols

RDE

Broderick Washington

Brent Urban

LOLB

Odafe Oweh

David Ojabo

Tavius Robinson

ROLB

Kyle Van Noy

Adisa Isaac

LCB

Nate Wiggins

Jalyn Armour-Davis

SS

Kyle Hamilton

Sanoussi Kane

RCB

Marlon Humphrey

Ka'dar Hollman

NB

Brandon Stephens

Arthur Maulet

Damarion Williams

Lamar Jackson News

Lamar Jackson  • QB  •  Ravens

Lamar Jackson Being Given More Pre-Snap Responsibility

Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Todd Monken and quarterbacks coach Tee Martin have made it clear this offseason that they plan to give quarterback Lamar Jackson more responsibility in the team's pre-snap operation this year. During practice on Wednesday, Jackson was challenged by an aggressive defense to change routes, run schemes and protections at the line of scrimmage, and Martin liked what he saw as the offense had one of its sharper practices of the offseason. Last year's NFL MVP will be given more freedom before the snap in 2024 to get the offense into ideal looks. The 27-year-old also showed up this year a little bit lighter as he looks for an encore performance. As long as Jackson is able to stay healthy again, the dual-threat signal-caller should be a top-five fantasy quarterback.
Jun 13   
Lamar Jackson  • QB  •  Ravens

Lamar Jackson's OTA Absences Downplayed

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson and the reigning NFL MVP has been absent for four of the team's first five voluntary organized team activities, including the last one on Thursday. With Jackson gone, veteran backup Josh Johnson has led the first-team offense. "It's this time of year; it's a voluntary time," head coach John Harbaugh said. "It's really not something that we comment on. We can't, and that's just the time of year it is. So I can't speak for anybody that's not here." Jackson has been a regular at the team's OTAs, other than in 2022 when he was engaged in contract talks. He's in the second year of a five-year, $260 million contract. At age 27 last year, he became the youngest two-time NFL MVP since the merger, setting career-highs with 3,678 passing yards and a 67.2% completion rate. Fantasy managers shouldn't be concerned about Jackson's OTA absences.
Jun 1   
Lamar Jackson  • QB  •  Ravens

Lamar Jackson Drops Weight To "Be More Agile"

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, last year's NFL MVP, said that he dropped weight this offseason to "be more agile." Jackson said he weighed 205 pounds, which is 25 pounds less than his 2022 weight and 10 pounds less than last year. The 27-year-old is already the most prolific running QB in the NFL, as he's gained 5,258 yards on the ground in his first six seasons in the league, 1,399 more than any other signal-caller. He led the NFL by averaging 5.5 yards per carry in 2023, but that was his lowest in any full season. Jackson had nine runs in his first three seasons in which he reached a maximum speed of 20 mph or faster, but he's managed just one of those runs in his last three seasons. He doesn't think the weight loss will impact how he takes hits, and it shouldn't deter fantasy managers from taking him as a high-end QB1.
May 23   
Lamar Jackson  • QB  •  Ravens

Lamar Jackson Wins Second MVP Award

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was named the NFL's Most Valuable Player for the second time in his career. Although Jackson still has been unable to find much success in the postseason, there's no doubt that he deserved his second MVP after what was a phenomenal 2023 season as a whole. The 27-year-old threw for a career-high 3,678 yards while throwing 24 touchdowns and only seven interceptions in 16 regular season games. He added 148 rushing attempts for an additional 821 rushing yards and five more touchdowns on the ground. After getting injured late in each of the last two seasons, Jackson stayed healthy all year and proved he's one of the league's elite dual threats under center.
Feb 9   
Lamar Jackson  • QB  •  Ravens

Lamar Jackson Ends The Season In Disappointing Fashion

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson entered the AFC Championship game on a hot streak after lighting up the Houston Texans for four total scores and 252 total yards. Unfortunately, the Kansas City Chiefs defense kept Jackson in check all game long and forced him into two key turnovers at big points in the game. Jackson finished the game with 272 yards through the air while completing 20 out of his 37 attempts for one touchdown and one interception. He also registered 54 yards on eight carries with one fumble from a strip sack. He was unable to get much of a rhythm against one of the best passing defenses in the league and the game plan went far away from the run. He remains the likely winner for the MVP this year and Jackson cashed in another big-time season. After his first-ever AFC Championship experience, he'll try to correct his postseason mistakes next year.
Jan 30   
Lamar Jackson  • QB  •  Ravens

Lamar Jackson Primed For A Big AFC Championship Performance

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson gets to experience his first-ever AFC Championship game while the city of Baltimore gets to watch their team at home for the first time in the Ravens era for this big game. The home-field advantage is something not to be downplayed, especially because Jackson has noticeably better stats while playing at home despite suffering one more loss at home compared to on the road. His quarterback rating at home is 112.4 with 14 touchdowns through the air, three on the ground, four interceptions, and a 69.41 completion percentage on 219 attempts. He's also racked up 2039 passing yards and 435 rushing yards. While the Chiefs defense presents just as tough of a matchup as the Texans, Jackson should remain a high-level option in DFS lineups.
Jan 27   
Lamar Jackson  • QB  •  Ravens

Lamar Jackson Scores Four Touchdowns In Divisional Round Win

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson exhibited his MVP potential in the 2023 Divisional Round, accumulating 252 yards and four touchdowns, including 100 rushing yards in the team's 34-10 victory over the Texans. Despite initial skepticism about his postseason performance, the former MVP emphatically led the Ravens' offense down the field. Jackson's scoring on the first two drives of the second half led to a strategic shift to an ultra-run-heavy approach, tempering his passing statistics for the day. As the AFC's top seed, the impending title game will be at M&T Bank Stadium against either the Bills or Chiefs presents a challenge, with both teams ranking in the bottom 10 in points allowed to quarterbacks. Nevertheless, Jackson is anticipated to deliver robust numbers as the linchpin of the entire offense.
Jan 21   
Lamar Jackson  • QB  •  Ravens

Lamar Jackson Looks To Shake Off Playoff Woes

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson turned in another incredible season as he led the team to the top seed in the AFC and a first-round bye. Now, he and the Ravens will take on the Houston Texans, a team full of young talent, to try and erase all of the playoff doubts throughout his career. Jackson is currently 1-3 in playoff games and has never won at home. When these two teams met in the first week of the season, Jackson struggled a bit despite the lopsided score, as he registered 169 yards on 17-for-22 passing with no scores and an interception. He did lead the backfield with 38 yards on six carries, though. His legs will create more upside for Jackson in DFS lineups, but it remains to be seen how he and the revamped offense will look after two weeks off.
Jan 19   
Lamar Jackson  • QB  •  Ravens  |  Tyler Huntley  • QB  •  Ravens

Tyler Huntley To Start In Week 18, Lamar Jackson To Be Rested

The Baltimore Ravens will rest quarterback Lamar Jackson, the MVP front-runner, for the Week 18 regular season finale this Saturday against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Ravens are already locked into the top overall seed in the AFC and will have a first-round bye in the playoffs. The next time they'll be a full-go will be in the Divisional Round on Jan. 20/21. Tyler Huntley will make his first start of the season in this weekend's game against a Steelers team that is still fighting for a wild-card spot. Jackson may not be the only offensive starter the Ravens choose to rest in this one, so Huntley may be working with limited weapons in a tough matchup against the Steelers. The 25-year-old will be a low-end QB2 option for fantasy managers in superflex leagues that are still playing for a title.
Jan 3   
Lamar Jackson  • QB  •  Ravens

Ravens Unsure If Lamar Jackson Will Play In Week 18

The Baltimore Ravens have already clinched the No. 1 seed in the AFC and a first-round bye in the postseason, so they have nothing left to play for in Week 18 of the regular season versus the division-rival Pittsburgh Steelers. Head coach John Harbaugh said he has not decided if quarterback Lamar Jackson, the MVP favorite, and other key starters will play on Saturday against Pittsburgh. If Jackson and other starters are given Week 18 off, they will go three weeks between games. Jackson didn't play in the regular season finale in 2019 and the Ravens ended up losing to the Tennessee Titans in the divisional round of the playoffs two weeks later. The 26-year-old is currently the QB3 in overall fantasy points and has been excellent for his managers in four games since the team's Week 13 bye. If he is given the week off, Tyler Huntley would make the start against the Steelers.
Jan 1   
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