This is my personal assessment and not to be construed as gospel. Lamar Jackson is not likely to have the kind of postseason success with Baltimore that Joe Flacco had. In fact, if Joe could have done it again this postseason, Baltimore has traded in another immediate shot at the super bowl this year for a future superbowl that may or may not happen. Jackson is not likely to outcompete Luck, Mayfield(I'm not sure why I said his name but wth), Maholmes, Watson. Jackson hardly gets the ball to his playmakers (Brown and Crabtree) and that's going to be a problem if he does not learn to throw to them often. If Flacco was still starting, and I honestly don't believe he loses those games as Jackson won because all of those teams outside KC were worse than what Baltimore played in the first half, I would ride Baltimore all the way. But I won't go that far with Jackson. I understand what happens in 2014 does not matter in 2018, but some people do play off of past experience and if they were there for a number of years then that experience from three years ago does help. If Flacco's play has fallen off that much based on regular season that improvement in the postseason won't help, then Baltimore has a long ways to go to get back to that kind of success. I know, Flacco is an unpopular QB around here, but his 10-5 playoff record speaks for itself, and is not going to be topped by Jackson.