The reality is the team won’t limit Jackson. The core of this outside-the-box offense is Jackson running the ball (or, at least, the threat of him doing so). There will be times when Jackson runs only five times per game. There will be other games in which he jump-cuts and spins around defenses 20 times.How many times will Jackson carry the ball? The correct answer is however many times it takes for Baltimore to win.In short, expect to see an offense you’ve never seen before using methods you have seen before. Harbaugh isn’t introducing anything new, but the way he’s packaging plays together for a full playbook will surely produce record numbers. Jackson already set the single-season rushing attempts record for a quarterback last season, and if he stays healthy, we can likely expect that number to be broken in 2019.Jackson will put himself in special company if he can reach the numbers he and Harbaugh are projecting. Only seven times in NFL history has a quarterback thrown for 480 pass attempts (which is 30 pass attempts averaged out over a full season) and have over 100 rush attempts. Four of those seven seasons came from Newton (Daunte Culpepper, Randall Cunningham and Russell Wilson are the others).So if Jackson is able to keep that average up while also rushing 140+ times, he’ll truly be producing one of the most unique statlines in NFL history. That’s not to say Jackson won’t run the ball. He will. His elite speed is what makes him special. But offensive coaches for the Ravens and Jackson himself have been dropping hints throughout the offseason as to what kind of offense we can expect to see. And what they’re saying is expect the unexpected.MORE: 2019 NFL Predictions with Cowboys winning it allWhy Lamar Jackson will run less (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/29/3/lamar-jackson-story-ftr_sj2t420v2d8x1kw41qt9ilomz.png?t=-734549316&w=500&quality=80 Coach John Harbaugh made headlines this offseason when he was asked by Brian Billick if Jackson will run over 139 times this season. The number seems random, but it’s Cam Newton’s career high for a single season. When asked about it, Harbaugh said, “I’d bet the over for sure.”Harbaugh will probably be right, assuming Jackson stays healthy. If you divide 140 carries by 16 games, it comes out to almost nine carries per game. Jackson already hit the over as a rookie, rushing 147 times. But that number includes plays throughout the entire season. Let’s just focus on his starts.Jackson ran 119 times in seven starts, which comes out to an average of 17 carries per game. If we extrapolate that out over the course of a full season, that comes out to 272 rushing attempts. That number would have placed Jackson second in the league behind only Ezekiel Elliott last season.This seems unsustainable. Even Jackson believes so.”I don’t think I’ll be running as much as I did last year,” Jackson said on “The Rich Eisen Show” back in early August. “[There were] a lot of [run-pass options], a lot of set changes and stuff like that. This is going to be totally different.”Lamar Jackson plans on throwing moreJackson recently told Adam Schein of Mad Dog Sports Radio he aims to throw the ball an average of 30 times per game.ICYMI: @Ravens star QB Lamar Jackson tells @AdamSchein his ideal ratio for running & passing in a game pic.twitter.com/bUYuvcLdNY— Mad Dog Sports Radio (@MadDogRadio) August 26, 2019In 2018, Jackson never had 30 pass attempts in a single game. His highest was 25, and he averaged just shy of 23 attempts in his seven starts. If Jackson averages 30 pass attempts per game, that would put him at 480 pass attempts on the season. There were 17 quarterbacks who hit that number in 2018.So can Jackson keep that pace up? On paper it sounds like a lot of usage, but it’s really not. Essentially he’d be running on average about seven times less per game, and turning those would-be runs into passes. Let’s take Newton’s 2017 season for example. After all, that season sparked Harbaugh’s comments about Jackson’s rushing.In 2017, Newton ran the ball 139 times and threw the ball 492 times, or an average of 30.75 times per game. So the numbers Harbaugh and Jackson have discussed have been reached before, but only once. And Newton weighs 245 pounds, while Jackson is 212 pounds. Jackson says he’s put on muscle weight this season, so he’ll really be testing whether his body is up for the challenge of all these runs.What will the Ravens’ offense look like in 2019?Although Jackson has been somewhat secretive about what to expect, some of his teammates have revealed what we might see from Baltimore in 2019.“I think we’re going to give defenses a lot of looks, a lot of things to prepare for,” receiver Willie Snead told Yahoo Sports. “It’s not traditional. We have some traditional stuff in, but then we’ll have different triple-option stuff, play-action, run-influenced break out-of-the-pocket type stuff. It’s just a lot to prepare for [on] defense.”Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith told ESPN’s Jamison Hensley he’s excited about what the offense is about to do.”The way we have this offense going is going to give teams fits because — I’m not going to say it’s college-ish — but it’s definitely something that’s new that people haven’t seen,” Smith said. “They’re going to have to really practice to even understand what we’re doing.”More from Hensley: This will be an important year for Lamar Jackson.The former Heisman Trophy winner was thrust into the starting role at the end of last season and won six of his seven starts. His performance helped the Ravens reach the playoffs, where they lost in the first round to the Chargers, 23-17. But with a full offseason of prepping, we’ll most definitely see a different version of Jackson in 2019 than the run-heavy version we saw as a rookie.