Through 2 games, Lamar is a completely different player than last year, at least with his arm.
The Lamar of 2018 had no chance to make this team a contender in the long run.
The Lamar of 2019, so far, is an MVP candidate.
Its a small sample so far, so we need to see how he keeps developing but you have to love the hard work this kid put in during the offseason and even beyond the hard work, he showed how coachable he is and how he is willing to make changes despite being a success so far in his football life.
That shows a lot of maturity.
Never really questioned too much about him in terms of intangibles but all of this solidifies that.
I think this is correct. Lamar looks like a completely different QB than he did in 2018. Everything seems to have slowed down for him which is exactly what you would hope to see for a QB starting his second season.
I still expect there to be some hiccups, but it really is a combination of a lot of different elements that have come together to make this hot start happen.
Lamar has clearly put in tons of work on his mechanics and it seems that he has complete control of the offense. Greg Roman has done an incredible job of designing an offense to fit Lamar's talents, and we are seeing the investment the Ravens have made in offensive players come to fruition.
The best part is there is still room for improvement. Lamar missed some throws/plays this week and you could see the frustration he felt. He wants to make every single play, and that is a great thing.