Jackson was the QB8 in 2020. He finished QB15 in 2021, but that was due to injury. He was QB8 on a per game basis. The Ravens are reportedly planning to go very run-heavy (a la 2019) this season, and that was the year that Jackson was the overall QB1, finishing nearly 100 points ahead of QB2 Deshaun Watson. He rushed for 1,206 yards that year while throwing for 36 touchdowns. He probably won’t hit that passing mark in 2022, but 1,000 rushing yards are within reach. Jackson is the QB4 off the board in early drafts since he has overall QB1 upside.