I agree. IMO, I don't equate questioning Jackson's overall skill set as a QB to having an agenda. He has had accuracy and ball security issues. Those are absolutely areas of concern.
As you state, the kid has a great work ethic and the team responded well to him running the offense last season. He is one of the most dynamic players I have ever seen at the NFL level.
Further, I really don't see the point in rehashing what games Joe would have potentially won last season. He was injured and Jackson won the job. All the speculation in the world won't change the fact that the Ravens won the AFC North with Jackson under center.
Questioning and even doubting is fair enough and to be expected, what I reject is assuming that he can't improve, do the job and win games. Experts have this assumption that if a guy hasn't learned or done something, then he can't or won't do it. Yes, he has to prove it.
I thought it was remarkable how the team played behind Jackson at QB last season. I've heard the defense was rested due to time of possession, but I really saw the team invigorated. Lamar is just flat out electrifying.
I always liked Flacco and supported him for years, expecting last year it was going to come together for him, but he legitimately played himself out of the job, especially when the LJ led team won the division. I don't doubt his effort or desire, but I sure didn't see much intensity or hunger. I hope he does well in Denver; I have no interest in the Broncos, but I might watch some.