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Let's hope he can keep doing this


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#1 vmax

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Posted 08 April 2019 - 05:34 AM

If he has a year like last year the offense will be in very good shape..........

 

 

According to Chase Stuart of Football Perspective, Edwards led all running backs last season in success rate, which aims to measure a running back's success in the context of each rushing attempt. Though far from a household name, Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards gave even the league's most revered running backs a serious run for their money in 2018.....Of Edwards's 127 rushing attempts (10 were thrown out) last season, 79 - or 63.7 percent - were successful runs, according to Stuart's metric. The league average among rushers with over 100 carries was 51 percent. For comparison's sake, top backs like Ezekiel Elliott and Saquon Barkley had success rates of 53.2 percent and 42.9 percent, respectively......https://www.msn.com/...0a?ocid=U508DHP

 

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“[Lamar] was amazing last year, and then they add in Mark Ingram,” Burleson said. “We forget how strong and angry of a runner he is. … [The Ravens] are just getting started. I think people assume that Lamar Jackson isn’t going to pass the ball this year, and I will tell you right now you are wrong. He’s going to light up the skies and torch the ground like he did last year.”

“Put on 20 pounds of muscle over the offseason,” Hurst said. “I’m kind of on a mission this year. I’ve got a lot to prove.”


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Posted 09 April 2019 - 06:50 PM

I'm not worried at all by the running game. I think with Lamar, Edwards, Dixon, and Ingrahm we're loaded.

 

It's the passing game that I worry about.


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Of course, any plan to solidify the passing game depends largely on how much Jackson improves as a passer in his second pro season. While he made some plays with his arm as a rookie, he wasn’t as consistently accurate as anyone wanted. He acknowledged to reporters earlier this month that he knew his mechanics needed work.

Jackson said he has been working on those mechanics and other aspects of his passing since February.





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