34. Lamar Jackson
Jackson was so good in 2019 that he won the MVP award over every player in the NFL. While the Baltimore Ravens quarterback is undoubtedly talented, there is no doubt that 2020 was immensely frustrating by his lofty standards. Throwing a pick-six in the playoffs against the Buffalo Bills ended the Ravens’ hopes of postseason glory.
However, overall, the Ravens just weren’t the same force. All of Jackson’s numbers declined from his MVP year as his passing success rate went from 66.5% to 60.5%. That’s a significant drop for a player of his quality. Of course, Jackson has the skills to bounce back but the fact remains that he didn’t have a great season. Fans hoped that the Ravens would move forward but instead they went backward.