In his first full season as the starter, Lamar Jackson rewarded the Baltimore Ravens and fantasy football owners handsomely in 2019. He led the league in touchdowns passes with 36 (nine percent touchdown rate), with just six interceptions and a 113.3 passer rating. Oh, and he also set a single-season rushing record for a quarterback with 1,206 and seven more scores. In fantasy terms he was essentially a QB1 and a RB1 rolled into one.
As a result, Jackson was the top fantasy scorer in standard leagues by 66.5 points over Christian McCaffrey. Full PPR scoring made McCaffrey the top fantasy scorer in 2019.
Even though he did not play Week 17, Jackson was the highest scoring fantasy quarterback by 72.9 points over No. 2 Dak Prescott. That gap is wider than the gap between Prescott and the No. 11 quarterback (Matt Ryan).
Jackson was a draft day steal last year, but the day of him being a late-round pick are gone. That said, will he repeat his 2019 campaign? Or is he naturally doomed to regress?