32. Lamar Jackson – Baltimore Ravens
It’s far too early to decide if Lamar Jackson can be a reputable starting quarterback in today’s league. With such a small sample size, we have seen his dazzling scrambling ability on full display, but he is far from efficient when throwing the football. His polish as a passer should only improve though as he continues to gain more experience. It will be fascinating to see whether Baltimore sticks with the youngster, or reverts back to Mr. Consistency in Joe Flacco (and by consistent, we mean immensely average all the time).
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31. Blake Bortles – Jacksonville Jaguars
What a year 2017 was for Bortles. After briefly losing the starting gig to Chad Henne, Bortles led his Jacksonville squad all the way to the AFC Championship Game, and within moments of a Super Bowl berth. With four seasons under his belt, we have learned Bortles isn’t going to be the gunslinger who throws 45+ times and leads his team to shootout victories. However, he can be serviceable in spurts, especially when he’s able to take care of the football. The former No. 3 overall pick hasn’t lived up to expectations, and a Jaguars team with big aspirations could be looking elsewhere in the near future.
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