I found this thread funny. People are moving the goal posts. It seems like we have a semantics problem. It started as so many people who said Jackson CAN'T improve or COULD NEVER improve. I don't remember posts saying that. I do remember people with doubts, people saying unlikely, myself included. That is not the same as saying no way, never, 100% positive he will not improve. Sure there were doubters, I am one of them. Still am. My doubt has less to do with Jackson, who I think is very hard worker and better than that a great person, and more to do with my doubt about dual threat QB's. Haven't seen one hoist a Lombardi trophy yet, and until I do, I will stick with the proven formula of a pocket passer.
I just think the punishment your QB gets running the ball shortens his career. The best dual threat QB I have ever seen is Cunningham, and even he didn't get to a SB. Vick had the same types of moves that Jackson has and yet his accuracy was a problem and he never really got it done come playoff time.
I do think Lamar Jackson has improved quite a bit and looks a lot more comfortable running the team than he did last year. I still think consistency and accuracy are a problem. But he is better than I thought he would be at this point, and I am willing to admit that. The schedule is about to turn a lot harder so we will get a better feel for how good he might be. So far most of the wins have come against teams with losing records. That's fine, you have to beat those teams. The next 2 are against teams that aren't quite the same weak sisters of the NFL. We find out a lot about the Ravens. Not just their QB, but their entire team.
That's called being truthful, unlike some others who post here.