The conventional wisdom says Lamar Jackson will get the nod, perhaps with Robert Griffin III getting some work also. Until the Ravens actually announce anything, we are working on speculation, though, so keep an ear to the ground this weekend. If Jackson does start, there is QB2 appeal with some upside in the event he busts a long run. Jackson's ability to gain yards on the ground should also give him a higher floor than one might think. His presence would be a boon to Alex Collins, who would likely see more carries and a higher level of efficiency as dual-threat quarterbacks traditionally help running backs. At wide receiver and tight end, all options would see at least some hit to their outlook. As meh as Flacco is, Jackson is still quite raw and wildly inaccurate at times. The likes of John Brown and Michael Crabtree will have bottom basement floor, but, especially with Brown, they are but one big play from Jackson away from having a good week.