Lamar Jackson is a star. But ESPN’s Marcus Spears recently shared a harsh reality on the Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback amid the team’s mediocre 3-3 start to the season, per ESPN on Twitter.

“As much as we talk about Lamar (Jackson) and his greatness,” Spears said, “he’s costing his team games. The turnovers are a problem. We saw a turnover at the end of the game (in reference to the Ravens’ recent 24-20 loss against the New York Giants).”

Lamar Jackson lost a fumble and threw an interception against the Giants. He’s now tallied 2 fumbles and 6 interceptions on the season. However, Jackson has thrown for over 1,200 passing yards with 13 touchdowns. Additionally, the dual-threat QB has rushed for 451 yards and scored 2 touchdowns on the ground.