I'm not disagreeing with you ... Jackson absolutely did dominate the Pats. But it wasn't wire-to-wire by any stretch. There was a period near the end of the 2nd quarter were as bad as the Patriots had played in the 1Q, it was almost a complete reversal in yards and TOP. The reason the final score ended up as big as it was was bc the Ravens adjusted to the Pats adjustments (or the D got tired).Jackson dominated the Patriots last night. I find this line of argument super-weird. It's like the kind of sour grapes non-Pats fans have when the Patriots beat them and they say Brady just checked it down all night.
But all that said? Jackson's throwing mechanics--like a lot of run-first college players--leave a lot to be desired. He's got the best running vision and athleticism of them all, but as a passer he's not remotely on the level of a Mahomes or even Watson. I don't think that's sour grapes -- it's just a fact.
As for the offense needing to work on 20+ plays, I agree with you -- I wouldn't be surprised if the problem with running Dorsett out of the slot right now is that they added Sanu to the mix and that's where I gather he's historically most comfortable. And obviously you already have Edelman playing at least part-time in that role as well.