Will 2021 be the year the NFL completely cracked Lamar Jackson?

The biggest challenge for Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson heading into the regular season has been building chemistry with his wide receivers.

OWINGS MILLS – The playful and charismatic humor of the Los Angeles quarterback Baltimore Ravens, Lamar Jackson, was paused during the answer to a question on Tuesday.

You’ve heard Jackson the talk that the NFL Will you fully figure it out this season?

Last week, Jeremy Fowler from ESPN reported that people around the league have confessed to him that, “This could be the year everyone figures out Lamar jackson“.

“Let’s see,” he said Jackson. “But I doubt it, though. I doubt it very much.”

In 2019, Jackson became the youngest quarterback to win the award for NFL Most Valuable Player, leading the league in touchdown passes (36) and setting a mark for rushing yards by a quarterback (1,206). The numbers of Jackson fell last season, but continued to rank seventh in Total QBR (73.5) and finished ninth in the league in rushing yards (1,005).

This year, Jackson missed the first 10 days of training camp after testing positive for COVID-19. However, coaches and colleagues have praised how accurate he has looked Jackson throughout the summer.

The sea he’s throwing the ball like he didn’t miss those 10 days for the COVID“, put out the tight end Mark Andrews. “He’s more focused than ever.”

The biggest challenge of Jackson is to create chemistry with your goals. On Tuesday, only half of the 12 wide receivers of Baltimore staff were equipped for practice.

Marquise Brown (hamstring), Sammy watkins (not specified), Rashod Bateman (groin), Miles Boykin (hamstring), James proche (back) and Deon Cain (unspecified) were marginalized with injuries. Four of the six wide receivers catching passes from Jackson were undrafted.

But, Jackson believes that the passing game will resume its rhythm before September 13 when they open the regular season against Las vegas raiders because he has worked with many of the receivers in the offseason, in informal sessions in Florida and Arizona.

“When they return, we will be picking up where we left off,” he said. Jackson. “We are not worried about it, because they have been working hard and we have been working hard, too.”