Ravens’ Lamar Jackson set to thrive with five first-round WRs elevating his passing game in 2023 NFL season

Not all teams can value their veteran player like the Ravens as they rethought their future with Lamar Jackson whom they did set to explore the market as a free agent, albeit, soon they concluded by signing Jackson with a lavish deal, additionally has taken a big move to present themselves as a tough contender.

However, as the Ravens put their trust in their veteran quarterback, Lamar surely will try to live up to his team’s expectations, and so before the season’s regular games, one prospective history is going to peep into their windows with having Jackson at the helm.

Lamar Jacksons’ arsenal grows

Grasping only a big name is not enough for a team like the Ravens, so by resigning the Smiley face they also adorned their wide receiver room with a surprise look ahead of the 2023 season as the team once endured many backlashes for their low performance from this room in last season a league-low 1,517 yards.

Additionally, the front office encountered many unanswerable questions and so, no receiver felt interested in the Baltimore Ravens team after the departure of JuJu Smith-Schuster and T.Y. Hilton.

“I envisioned us doing the best we could and ignoring much of the media reports that receivers didn’t want to come here and all that nonsense,” John Harbaugh said at the end of the season. “Now we’ve got to go get good. I mean, ‘OK, how good are we?’ We’re as good as we play, and that’s the next step.”

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Well, the Coach perhaps took the dig deeply and exercised greatly to improve their WR room. This season they tied their luck and collected as many weapons as they could for the 26-year-old with the addition of Odell Beckham Jr., Laquon Treadwell, and Nelson Agholor from the free-agent market while drafting Zay Flowers and keeping Rashod Bateman.

With such a strong unit Jackson will love to lead the Ravens’ WR arsenal and outperform their counterparts with intense offensive skills scoring much-needed touchdowns when the regular season begins. 

A reflected history for the team of Lamar Jackson

The wide receiver room was like a nightmare for the Baltimore Ravens following a dreadful performance last season, however, this season they worked on so much that within just a month the least productive unit has turned into a notable unit.

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Moreover, the Detroit Lions was the squad having four different first-round wide receivers in 2005, yet according to ESPN Jackson’s team can surpass them and make history with five first-round picks if all their receivers can catch a pass in the regular season.

The Ravens team has already answered the question of interest of the receivers in their squad, now time will reveal if they can get rid of the nightmare regarding their WR unit this season.


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Shabiha is a sports content writer for Sportszion. The writer completed her graduation in Management and post-graduation in HRM. Writing is her passion and she has a long career goal in relation to writing.


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