2020 Fantasy Rankings
Overall # 18 · QB # 2 (Tier 1)
ADP (12-team PPR): 2.10, 23rd
Ravens
Depth

Lamar Jackson

QB, Baltimore Ravens

Height 6'2" Weight 216 DOB 1997-01-07 Age 24
College Louisville

Season Projections
Updated Sep 7
Source FPts PaCmp PaAtt CmpPct PaYd PaTD PaINT Sacked RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD FL
RotoBaller 392.0 295 459 64.3 3410 26 9 0 163 905 5.55 6 4

2020 fantasy football projections by .

Position Rankings
Rank Name ADP1 Comment
Tier 1
1 Patrick Mahomes, KC 2.06
2 Lamar Jackson, BAL 2.10
Tier 2
3 Russell Wilson, SEA 5.11
4 Dak Prescott, DAL 5.02
Fantasy News Last 90 Days
  • Lamar Jackson Ruled Out With Concussion

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is in the concussion protocol and will not return to Saturday's Divisional Round playoff game against the Buffalo Bills. Jackson went down hard in the second half and stayed on the ground for a few moments before exiting. The Bills currently lead 17-3 and Tyler Huntley is in at quarterback for Baltimore. Barring a stunning comeback, Jackson's season will end on Saturday. He finishes this game 14-for-24 for 162 yards and an interception with nine carries for 34 yards.

    Jan 16 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens Expected To Explore Extension For Lamar Jackson

    The Baltimore Ravens are expected to explore a long-term contract extension for quarterback Lamar Jackson in the offseason. The Ravens are always open to early deals that make sense for both sides. The 2019 NFL MVP has one year left on his current deal and the Ravens will pick up his fifth-year option. Jackson still represents himself in contract negotiations, but perhaps he'll hire some representation to help him with his first big contract after his rookie deal. The 24-year-old wasn't as prolific as a passer or as a rusher in 2020, but his dual-threat ability under center still made him a high-end fantasy QB1. Jackson threw for just 2,757 yards with 26 touchdowns and nine interceptions this year, rushing the ball 159 times for 1,005 yards and seven touchdowns. He's had back-to-back seasons with 1,000 rushing yards and will once again be a top-five QB in fantasy drafts this fall.

    Jan 16 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson A Strong Divisional Round Play

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is averaging 94.3 rushing yards per game over his past six appearances. Meanwhile, the Buffalo Bills allowed seven rushing touchdowns to quarterbacks this season, tied for the third-most in the NFL. Saturday's Divisional Round contest between the two teams is shaping up to be a strong opportunity for Jackson to post big numbers on the ground. Buffalo has been good at forcing turnovers, so Baltimore's best game plan might be to keep the ball on the ground as much as possible. Consider Jackson a top DFS play.

    Jan 16 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Could Play In First Snow Game Against Buffalo

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is wary of potentially playing in his first ever snow game in the Divisional Round on Saturday against the Buffalo Bills. "Saturday would be my first time playing football in the snow, if it does. Hopefully, it don't," Jackson said. As of Tuesday, there's a 40 percent chance for snow showers in Buffalo on Saturday night. The reigning MVP wore a glove on his left hand in the second half of the wild-card win over the Titans because he jammed his thumb, and he could stick with it in snowy conditions this weekend. Snowy conditions won't make Jackson particularly intriguing for fantasy managers, but it might mean that he runs the ball more often after rushing for 136 yards and a touchdown against Tennessee. Already a run-first offense, Baltimore could stick with the ground game even more against Buffalo.

    Jan 12 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Records First Postseason Win

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson finished with 179 yards and an interception off 17-for-24 passing during the win over the Titans on Sunday. He also added 16 carries for 136 yards and a touchdown. Once again, the 24-year-old didn't do much throwing but managed to pick up his first postseason win by making some noise utilizing the run. With at least double-digit touches in each of Jackson's previous four contests, you can bet he will continue to be heavily involved in the Ravens' next postseason matchup.

    Jan 10 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Looks To Get On Track Against Titans

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson saw his numbers dwindle from the previous year this season. With his team advancing to the playoffs, he has a chance to get back on track in a relatively tough matchup against the Titans Defense. The former MVP didn't play too well against Tennessee in 2020, at least on the throwing end, racking up 186 yards, one touchdown, and one interception while sporting a miserable 58.6 completion percentage, numbers far below his career averages. Jackson's best chance at making some noise on the fantasy end may come on the ground, nonetheless, with the 23-year-old accumulating 143 yards off 20 attempts against the Titans during the AFC Divisional Round in 2019. With one of the highest rostering costs during Wild Card weekend, fantasy managers can't afford a subpar outing from the former Louisville Cardinal. However, his ceiling is higher than most, primarily if he can get things going using his legs, which he has done for most of the year.

    Jan 7 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Leads Ravens Back To The Postseason

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson finished with 113 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception on 10-for-18 passing during the win over the Bengals on Sunday. He also ran for 97 yards off of 13 attempts. The reigning MVP had a productive fantasy performance despite not doing much throwing once again. Although Jackson's numbers dipped from what we saw last season, he still did enough to be considered one of the most efficient options at his position. With two-straight seasons with at least 1,000 yards on the ground, you can bet that the 23-year-old will continue to be classified as a top signal-caller heading into the 2021 campaign.

    Jan 3 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Poised To Finish Strong Against Bengals

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is poised to finish the regular season strong against the Bengals in Week 17. Jackson has generally treated his meetings with Cincinnati like opportunities to rack up fantasy points, as he owns 789 career passing yards as well as 345 rushing yards, his second-highest totals against AFC North squads. Last year's MVP is also rolling lately, as he's found the end zone 12 times since returning from the Reserve/COVID list in early December. He should be utilized in DFS formats this week with the potential to put up excellent numbers.

    Jan 3 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Leads Ravens To Win On Sunday

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson finished with 183 yards and two touchdowns off 17-for-26 passing during the win over the Giants on Sunday. He also had 80 yards off 13 attempts. As been the norm this season, the reigning MVP managed to get it done on the fantasy end despite not doing a whole lot of throwing, at least compared to others at his position. He has logged at least nine carries in all but three games on the year and has an excellent chance to close out the regular season strong against the Bengals in Week 17.

    Dec 27 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Is A Top Option For Week 16

    Now that wide receiver Marquise Brown (knee) is active, we can officially pencil Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson in as a top QB1 play on Sunday when the Ravens face the New York Giants. Jackson threw three touchdowns and rushed for another against the Jaguars last week and has rushing touchdowns in three consecutive games. Consider him a high-end QB1 in season-long and a player worth paying up for in DFS.

    Dec 27 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Roasts Jaguars

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson went 17-for-22 passing for 243 yards and three touchdowns (one interception) during the massive win over Jacksonville in Week 15. He also added 10 carries for 35 yards and an additional score. The reigning MVP had arguably his best outing of the season, doing so despite not having to do much throwing. As the team continues to focus heavily on the run, Jackson should continue to get in his touches to help offset the lack of volume in the passing game. Without a doubt, fantasy managers should keep him starting in all formats, including DFS, against the Giants in Week 16.

    Dec 20 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson May Feast Against Jacksonville

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson could be in line to have one of his best games of the year on Sunday against Jacksonville. With the Jaguars Defense struggling this season, the reigning MVP may be the most productive signal-caller in Week 15. Jackson hasn't done much throwing over the last few weeks but has done some severe damage utilizing the run by racking up 218 yards and three touchdowns over his previous two games. Marquise Brown (quarantine) may also get removed from the reserve/COVID-19 list, which only adds to Jackson's appeal as a starting option.

    Dec 19 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Leads Browns To Win

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson went 11-for-17 passing for 163 yards and a touchdown during the win over the Browns on Monday night. He also added 124 yards and two more scores off of nine carries. As has been the trend over the last several weeks, the 23-year-old managed to put together another reliable fantasy performance despite not doing much throwing. Next up for Jackson and company will be the Jaguars, a team that has struggled to slow down opposing quarterbacks during the 2020 campaign. Keep him rolling in all fantasy formats, including DFS contests, in Week 15.

    Dec 15 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Set For Round 2 Against Cleveland

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson will look to rebound after a subpar performance against the Cowboys, at least on the passing end. Although the MVP ran for 94 yards off 13 carries, he only threw just over 100 yards. While Jackson's two touchdown tosses helped offset his shoddy numbers, it was still an unwelcome outing for the former Louisville Cardinal, who had much more efficient passing numbers last season. Fortunately for fantasy managers, the 23-year-old will have a favorable matchup against a Browns Defense that allowed him to pass for nearly 300 yards in the season-opener. Keep him rolling in Week 14.

    Dec 12 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Plays Well In Return

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson went 12-for-17 passing for 107 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception during the win over the Cowboys on Tuesday night. He also added 13 carries for 94 yards and an additional score. The 23-year-old, who returned from a one-game absence after testing positive for COVID-19, had one of his most efficient outings of the 2020 campaign. Although his production has declined since last season, primarily in the throwing department, his Week 13 output on the ground demonstrates just how lethal he still is on the fantasy front. With the postseason beginning in most leagues, fantasy managers must keep him starting in Week 14 against the Cleveland Browns.

    Dec 8 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens Activate Lamar Jackson From COVID-19 List

    The Baltimore Ravens activated quarterback Lamar Jackson from the Reserve/COVID-19 list on Monday, and he will play on Tuesday against the Cowboys. This comes as music to fantasy managers' ears if you were planning on using Jackson as your QB for the Week 13 slate of games. With Robert Griffin III (hamstring) going on Injured Reserve last week, Trace McSorley will serve as Jackson's backup this week. Jackson tested positive for COVID-19 and was forced to sit out of last Wednesday's loss to the Steelers. Last year's MVP just hasn't had the kind of season that he did a year ago, and he'll be a little more risky as your QB1 this week after dealing with the virus. Dallas' defense is nothing special, though, so a breakout game could be coming for Jackson.

    Dec 7 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Expected To Start Tuesday

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (COVID-19) is expected to start on Tuesday against the Cowboys. While Jackson hasn't officially been activated off the COVID/Reserve list, one would expect the move to happen at some point on Sunday. The star signal-caller missed last week's game after testing positive for the virus amidst a teamwide outbreak. He'll return for a QB-friendly matchup with Dallas, who ranks 23rd in fantasy points allowed to opposing arms. This should be a good rebound spot for the reigning MVP, who has seen a dip in both passing and rushing production this year. Jackson should still get the benefit of the doubt as a QB1 for this matchup.

    Dec 6 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Eligible To Be Activated Sunday

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is eligible to be activated from the COVID-19 list with medical clearance on Sunday, according to a source. Jackson tested positive for the virus last week and missed the Week 12 loss to the Steelers. Hopefully his fantasy managers will know if he's off the COVID-19 list before Sunday's early games start, as the Ravens don't play the Cowboys until Tuesday night. Dallas' defense has allowed the 10th-most fantasy points to signal-callers, but Jackson will be more of a risk as a low-end QB1 in Week 13 if he's eased back into the offense or is rusty from being away from practice for over a full week. Having a capable backup on your roster is a good idea in case Jackson isn't activated before Tuesday's game. If he can't play, Trace McSorley would have to start for Baltimore after Robert Griffin III (hamstring) was placed on Injured Reserve on Friday.

    Dec 5 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Will Be Solid QB1 If He Plays

    While his status for Tuesday's game against the Dallas Cowboys remains up in the air due to his placement on the COVID-19 list, Lamar Jackson could theoretically be activated and ready to go based on the timeline of when he was placed on the list. Jackson hasn't had the same kind of numbers and success this year as last year, in part because his completion percentage has dropped three points and his touchdown rate has fallen from nine percent to 5.4 percent. The Dallas Cowboys are allowing more touchdown passes per game than any other NFL team though, and if there's going to be a week where Jackson gets back to form, this is it. Start him as a mid-tier QB1.

    Dec 5 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens Not Tipping Their Hand On Lamar Jackson

    Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh wouldn't say whether reigning NFL MVP quarterback Lamar Jackson would play on Tuesday night against the Cowboys in Week 13 after he tested positive for COVID-19 last week and sat out of the loss to the Steelers on Wednesday. He'll complete his 10-day quarantine this weekend, and he could get one full practice in before facing the Cowboys if he's activated on Sunday. Backup Robert Griffin III (hamstring) left Wednesday's game late in the fourth quarter and was replaced by Trace McSorley. If Jackson is activated from the COVID-19 list this weekend, he should be a no-brainer start in a bounce-back opportunity against Dallas' defense. But if he misses his second straight game, you'll probably be best off avoiding Baltimore's entire offense, especially if McSorley has to start under center.

    Dec 3 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • NFL Cancels Ravens Practice

    Nov 30 · Pro Football Rumors Ravens Lamar Jackson Willie Snead
  • Lamar Jackson Won't Play Tuesday

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson's positive COVID-19 test came in on Thursday's round of testing, so he still won't be available to play against the Steelers in Week 12 with the game being moved back to Tuesday. However, based on the timeline, it's possible that he will be cleared in time to face the Cowboys on Dec. 7 on Monday night in Week 13. Jackson's disappointing 2020 season continues after he won the MVP in 2019. His absence this week will lead to Robert Griffin III making the start under center on Tuesday. RG3 could be a desperation option in superflex leagues as a low-end QB2, but he'll be facing a Steelers Defense that has allowed the third-fewest fantasy points to the position this year. Pittsburgh's defense is arguably the best in the NFL. Along with Jackson, Patrick Ricard, Justin Madubuike and Morgan Cox were put on the COVID-19 list on Thursday.

    Nov 27 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Tests Positive For COVID-19

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has tested positive for COVID-19. The news comes after the Thanksgiving matchup against the Steelers was moved to Sunday due to J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram II (among others) also testing positive for the virus. With Jackson now out of the mix for the next few weeks, the team will likely roll with Robert Griffin III as the starting signal-caller. With Griffin not as mobile as he used to be, the door may be open for Marquise Brown, Mark Andrews, and Gus Edwards to become more involved.

    Nov 26 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson Coronavirus
  • Lamar Jackson A Risky Option On Thanksgiving

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson may have his hands full against Pittsburgh on Thursday night. The third-year signal-caller had a rough go against the smothering Steelers Defense just a few weeks ago, finishing with 208 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions to go along with a miserable 46.4 completion percentage. The 23-year-old may put up similar numbers on the passing end, but with the team down Mark Ingram II (illness) and J.K. Dobbins (illness), Jackson could pick up the slack on the ground. Nonetheless, he is a risky option for fantasy managers on Thanksgiving but is still a starting option for those with nowhere else to turn.

    Nov 24 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Has Strong Upside Against Patriots

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson isn't playing like his 2019 MVP self this year, but even with some struggles, fantasy managers should feel confident about plugging him in as their QB1 on Sunday night against the Patriots. While Jackson hasn't thrown for more than two touchdowns in a game since Week 1, his upside as a runner remains, and New England's defense allowed the last mobile quarterback they faced, Buffalo's Josh Allen, to find the end zone on the ground. While he's not the safe play he was last year, this is a good spot for Jackson to show he's still a top tier quarterback.

    Nov 14 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson With A Sufficient Performance On Sunday

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson went 19-for-23 for 170 yards during the win over Indianapolis in Week 9. He also added 13 carries for 58 yards and a touchdown. Jackson continued to underwhelm in the passing game but made up for it with an effective 4.5 YPC against a capable Colts Defense. Although he has regressed in some areas from what was seen during his MVP season, he continues to remain one of the most effective options at the position. Next up for Jackson and company will be a Sunday Night Football showdown against the New England Patriots.

    Nov 8 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Has Uphill Battle In Week 6

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson will have his hands full in Week 9 against Indianapolis, a team that ranks first in the league from a fantasy standpoint against opposing callers. However, the Colts Defense has shown signs of weakness as of late, allowing Matthew Stafford and Joe Burrow to combine for 649 yards and three touchdowns over the squad's previous two outings. Although Jackson has struggled to throw the ball during the 2020 campaign, his upside is still higher than most, especially if he can pick up some significant gains on the ground. He remains a must-start in all fantasy formats on Sunday.

    Nov 7 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Praises Dez Bryant

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson praised veteran wide receiver Dez Bryant's route running and hands after their fourth practice together on Wednesday. "He's dialed in to the playbook. He wants to compete," Jackson said. "I just can't wait for him to get out there with us on Sundays." The 32-year-old former Cowboys wideout remains on the practice squad and can remain on your league's waiver wire for now. Jackson committed a career-high four turnovers in the loss to Pittsburgh last week in what was one of his worst games in the NFL. But last year's MVP is 3-0 following games in which he's turned the ball over multiple times in the regular season, so a bounce-back could easily be coming in Week 9 against the Colts.

    Nov 4 · Source via Ravens Dez Bryant Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Has An Acceptable Outing In Week 8

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson threw for 208 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions during the narrow loss to the Steelers in Week 8. He also added 16 carries for 65 yards. Despite the pair of picks, the 23-year-old still had an effective fantasy performance against one of the league's most efficient defensive units. While Jackson isn't playing as well as he did in 2019, his MVP season, he still is one of the most impactful options at the position. The former Louisville Cardinal will look to keep it together in Week 9 against Indianapolis, with the Colts Defense ranking first in the league at defending opposing signal-callers.

    Nov 1 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Still A Top Option In Week 8

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson will be tasked with squaring off against the effective Steelers Defense in Week 8. Despite a decrease in fantasy output in 2020, the signal-caller has possibly the highest ceiling at the position, especially with the options available to him on the offensive side of the ball. In terms of his DFS outlook, Jackson is an adequate contrarian option on Sunday, primarily since most fantasy managers will be scared off due to the tough matchup ahead.

    Nov 1 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Quarterback
    Performance Scoring Review · Switch
    Season Team G FPts Snp PaCmp PaAtt CmpPct PaYd PaTD PaINT Sacked RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD FL
    2018 BAL 16 180.8 585 (49.2%) 99 170 58.2 1201 6 3 16 147 697 4.74 5 4
    2019 BAL 15 457.7 987 (93.4%) 265 401 66.1 3127 36 6 24 175 1213 6.93 7 2
    2020 BAL 15 375.4 917 (94.2%) 242 376 64.4 2757 26 9 29 159 1005 6.32 7 4
    2020 RotoBaller 392.0 295 459 64.3 3410 26 9 0 163 905 5.55 6 4

    2020 fantasy football projections by .

    2020
    Performance Scoring Review · Switch
    Wk Opp Score FPts Snp PaCmp PaAtt CmpPct PaYd PaTD PaINT Sacked RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD FL
    1 CLE W 38-6 30.3 53 (89.8%) 20 25 80.0 275 3 0 2 7 45 6.43 0 0
    2 HOU W 33-16 19.6 65 (100.0%) 18 24 75.0 204 1 0 4 16 54 3.38 0 0
    3 KC L 20-34 17.2 56 (100.0%) 15 28 53.6 97 1 0 4 9 83 9.22 0 1
    4 WAS W 31-17 28.0 47 (82.5%) 14 21 66.7 193 2 1 1 7 53 7.57 1 0
    5 CIN W 27-3 16.3 62 (98.4%) 19 37 51.4 180 2 1 1 2 3 1.50 0 0
    6 PHI W 30-28 30.1 73 (100.0%) 16 27 59.3 186 1 0 3 9 108 12.00 1 0
    8 PIT L 24-28 22.9 82 (100.0%) 13 28 46.4 208 2 2 4 16 65 4.06 0 2
    9 IND W 24-10 20.3 64 (100.0%) 19 23 82.6 170 0 0 2 13 58 4.46 1 0
    10 NE L 17-23 25.0 66 (100.0%) 24 34 70.6 249 2 1 2 11 55 5.00 0 0
    11 TEN L 24-30 17.4 65 (100.0%) 17 29 58.6 186 1 1 1 13 51 3.92 0 0
    13 DAL W 34-17 27.8 55 (100.0%) 12 17 70.6 107 2 1 0 13 94 7.23 1 0
    14 CLE W 47-42 36.6 49 (81.7%) 11 17 64.7 163 1 0 4 9 124 13.78 2 0
    15 JAC W 40-14 32.7 55 (83.3%) 17 22 77.3 243 3 1 1 10 35 3.50 1 0
    16 NYG W 27-13 25.2 68 (100.0%) 17 26 65.4 183 2 0 0 13 80 6.15 0 1
    17 CIN W 38-3 26.4 57 (77.0%) 10 18 55.6 113 3 1 0 11 97 8.82 0 0
    WC TEN W 20-13 27.6 17 24 70.8 179 0 1 0 16 136 8.50 1 0
    DP BUF L 3-17 10.5 14 24 58.3 162 0 1 0 9 34 3.78 0 0
    2019
    Wk Opp Score FPts Snp PaCmp PaAtt CmpPct PaYd PaTD PaINT Sacked RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD FL
    1 MIA W 59-10 36.8 54 (70.1%) 17 20 85.0 324 5 0 1 3 6 2.00 0 0
    2 ARI W 23-17 33.6 79 (100.0%) 24 37 64.9 272 2 0 2 16 120 7.50 0 0
    3 KC L 28-33 24.0 83 (100.0%) 22 43 51.2 267 0 0 3 8 46 5.75 1 0
    4 CLE L 25-40 29.0 69 (100.0%) 24 34 70.6 247 3 2 4 9 66 7.33 0 0
    5 PIT W 26-23 16.1 81 (100.0%) 19 28 67.9 161 1 3 5 14 70 5.00 0 0
    6 CIN W 23-17 33.0 81 (100.0%) 21 33 63.6 236 0 0 1 19 152 8.00 1 0
    7 SEA W 30-16 24.8 59 (100.0%) 9 20 45.0 143 0 0 1 14 116 8.29 1 0
    9 NE W 37-20 30.3 70 (100.0%) 17 23 73.9 163 1 0 1 16 61 3.81 2 0
    10 CIN W 49-13 35.7 36 (76.6%) 15 17 88.2 223 3 0 0 7 65 9.29 1 0
    11 HOU W 41-7 35.7 61 (84.7%) 17 24 70.8 222 4 0 1 9 86 9.56 0 0
    12 LAR W 45-6 38.0 62 (79.5%) 15 20 75.0 169 5 0 2 8 95 11.88 0 0
    13 SF W 20-17 25.4 65 (100.0%) 14 23 60.9 105 1 0 1 16 101 6.31 1 1
    14 BUF W 24-17 22.3 60 (100.0%) 16 25 64.0 145 3 1 1 11 40 3.64 0 0
    15 NYJ W 42-21 39.2 54 (85.7%) 15 23 65.2 212 5 0 1 8 86 10.75 0 0
    16 CLE W 31-15 34.2 73 (100.0%) 20 31 64.5 238 3 0 0 17 103 6.06 0 1
    DP TEN L 12-28 34.6 97 (100.0%) 31 59 52.5 365 1 2 4 20 143 7.15 0 1
    2018
    Wk Opp Score FPts Snp PaCmp PaAtt CmpPct PaYd PaTD PaINT Sacked RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD FL
    1 BUF W 47-3 5.1 30 (37.5%) 1 4 25.0 24 0 0 1 7 39 5.57 0 0
    2 CIN L 23-34 0.6 6 (7.1%) 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 2 6 3.00 0 0
    3 DEN W 27-14 0.0 2 (2.8%) 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0
    4 PIT W 26-14 1.7 9 (11.8%) 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 4 17 4.25 0 0
    5 CLE L 9-12 1.0 5 (5.7%) 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 3 10 3.33 0 0
    6 TEN W 21-0 2.2 2 (2.6%) 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 1 22 22.00 0 0
    7 NO L 23-24 7.2 5 (7.4%) 1 1 100.0 5 0 0 0 3 9 3.00 1 0
    8 CAR L 21-36 8.9 14 (20.6%) 4 5 80.0 46 1 0 0 3 26 8.67 0 0
    9 PIT L 16-23 1.6 13 (21.3%) 1 1 100.0 12 0 0 0 5 10 2.00 0 0
    11 CIN W 24-21 18.2 79 (100.0%) 13 19 68.4 150 0 1 2 27 117 4.33 0 0
    12 OAK W 34-17 24.0 70 (100.0%) 14 25 56.0 178 1 2 1 11 71 6.45 1 0
    13 ATL W 26-16 19.8 66 (81.5%) 12 21 57.1 125 0 0 2 17 75 4.41 1 1
    14 KC L 24-27 22.5 69 (97.2%) 13 24 54.2 147 2 0 3 13 71 5.46 0 1
    15 TB W 20-12 20.1 76 (100.0%) 14 23 60.9 131 1 0 2 18 95 5.28 0 1
    16 LAC W 22-10 18.1 62 (100.0%) 12 22 54.5 204 1 0 3 13 39 3.00 0 0
    17 CLE W 26-24 30.0 77 (100.0%) 14 24 58.3 179 0 0 2 20 90 4.50 2 1
    WC LAC L 17-23 22.1 61 (100.0%) 14 29 48.3 194 2 1 7 9 54 6.00 0 1

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 26, 8, 10, 9, 5, 68, 31, 7
    Rushing: 1, 5, 13, 25, 8