Lamar Jackson of the Ravens is being criticized by an anonymous NFL coach: “He’s throwing the ball so inconsistently.”

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Baltimore Ravens star Lamar Jackson is the MVP and has won 37 games as the team’s starting quarterback since he took the reins in 2018, and he’s next in line for a lucrative contract extension.

However, he is still under fire from NFL figures. One anonymous defensive coordinator was not completely confident in him or his quarterback abilities and suggested that he would never be considered a first-level quarterback.

December 5, 2021;  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA;  Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) prepares to throw the ball against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the third quarter at Heinz Field.  Pittsburgh won 20-19.

December 5, 2021; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) prepares to throw the ball against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the third quarter at Heinz Field. Pittsburgh won 20-19.
(Charles Leclerc, USA TODAY Sports)

“If he has to pass to win the game, they won’t win the game,” The Athletic’s defensive coordinator said in an article published on Monday. “He’s so unique as an athlete and he’s a really good footballer, but I don’t care if he wins the league MVP title 12 times, I don’t think he’ll ever be number one as a quarterback.

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“He will be number one as a footballer, but not as a quarterback. Many games are reduced to two minutes and that is why it is difficult for them to move forward even when they are good in defense. The playoffs are tight.” You have to be able to throw the ball and he throws the ball so inconsistently. It’s hit or miss.”

#8 Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens watches from the sidelines during the third quarter of a game against the Los Angeles Rams at M&T Bank Stadium on January 19.  February 2, 2022 in Baltimore, Maryland.

#8 Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens watches from the sidelines during the third quarter of a game against the Los Angeles Rams at M&T Bank Stadium on January 19. February 2, 2022 in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Another NFL defensive coordinator. said Athletic they might see him as a level 1 or 3 quarterback, and it would be a mistake to ignore him on the ballpark.

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But according to the coach, Jackson steps back and throws the ball “it’s not the same” as his offensive game.

Jackson enters season five or his rookie deal with no long-term renewal.

December 5, 2021;  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA;  Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) is looking to pass against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first quarter at Heinz Field.

December 5, 2021; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) is looking to pass against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first quarter at Heinz Field.
(Charles Leclerc, USA TODAY Sports)

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Jackson was the 2019 NFL Most Valuable Player. after his second full season. He struggled with injuries last year and was only able to play 12 games. He threw for 2,882 yards, 16 touchdowns and 13 interceptions, adding 767 yards and two touchdowns.