It’s safe to say that Jackson regressed a bit in his second season as the full-time starter, finishing with fewer passing yards, rushing yards and total touchdowns, along with an uptick in interceptions. He was the No. 1 fantasy quarterback by a wide margin in 2019, but finished No. 10 last year with the No. 8 per game average. The Ravens drafted Rashod Bateman in the first round, signaling that they want to throw the ball more, or at least more effectively. Jackson came off the COVID-19 list (again) in August, so he’ll be treated as vaccinated by the league for the next 90 days. He has not committed to getting the vaccine, so he is a candidate to miss a game in November or December if he’s a close contact or contracts the virus again.