Lamar Jackson Fantasy
- Height / Weight
- 6'2" / 212 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- January 7, 1997 (25)
- 4th Season
- 2018 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 32 (BAL)
Lamar Jackson News
After missing practice all week, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (ankle) has been ruled out of the Week 18 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Ravens announced earlier on Friday that Tyler Huntley would make another start, sealing Jackson's fate in missing his fourth straight game to close out the year. It was a tough year for the Ravens with injuries to key starters on both sides of the ball, and Jackson's ankle injury back in Week 14 may have single-handedly kept the Ravens from reaching the postseason. He'll finish with 2,882 passing yards, 16 touchdowns and a career-high 13 interceptions while carrying the ball 133 times for 767 yards and two more TDs. Huntley will be a high-end QB against Pittsburgh, mainly for his ability to gain extra yardage with his legs.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (ankle) missed another day of practice on Thursday. Jackson hasn't practiced since getting on the practice field last Wednesday and limping badly. Unless something changes dramatically on Friday, Jackson will be out in the Week 18 regular season finale against the Pittsburgh Steelers as Baltimore tries to keep their playoff hopes alive. The 24-year-old has practiced once in the last 25 days after spraining his ankle in Week 14, so fantasy managers still playing for a championship should move on in another direction. If Jackson's season is indeed over, he'll finish going 246-for-382 (64.4 completion percentage) for 2,882 yards, 16 touchdowns and a career-high 13 interceptions while running the ball a career-low 133 times for 767 yards and two more touchdowns. Tyler Huntley is in line to make his fourth start of the year and will be a low-end QB2 in fantasy.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (ankle) missed yet another practice on Wednesday. The Ravens refuse to rule Jackson out for the Week 18 regular season finale against the Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday, but the writing seems to on the wall for the 24-year-old to miss yet another game as the Ravens look to keep their faint playoff hopes alive. Jackson suffered an ankle sprain in Week 14 and hasn't played since. If he were to return to the practice field later this week and give it a go against Pittsburgh, he'd likely be limited in terms of scrambling, which would make him an even riskier QB1 for fantasy purposes. The most likely scenario will be Tyler Huntley making a second straight start. Huntley has been adequate with Jackson sidelined, but he's by no means in QB1 streaming consideration.
Lamar Jackson is the rushing quarterback king. He's the only QB with multiple 1,000-yard seasons, and he did it in back-to-back years to start his career. In 2019, he set the quarterback record for most rushing yards in a season (1,206) and scored a...