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The Baltimore Ravens plan is to have quarterback Robert Griffin III as the No. 2 behind Joe Flacco to enter the regular season. That means that rookie Lamar Jackson will get to sit and learn as the No. 3 QB. Jackson flashed his playmaking ability in the preseason and in training camp, but he still has work to do before he’s a realistic option to replace Flacco for the long term. Jackson is a fine dynasty/keeper target, but he should be left alone in single-year formats.