Lamar Jackson has opened his NFL career as the Ravens’ starting quarterback with two wins. He has helped them run the ball like no other team in franchise history has. He has completed over 60 percent of his passes. Those are all good developments.
But Jackson also has thrown three interceptions and just one touchdown in two games. He hasn’t passed for more than 178 yards. He has not fared well through the prism of traditional or more analytical stats. Those are all bad developments.