The impact Lamar Jackson provided the Baltimore Ravens throughout the 2019 season was nothing short of spectacular. He took the NFL by storm such a degree that he won the MVP award at just 22-years-old, which for reference, Joe Burrow is currently 23.
En route to the league’s greatest individual honor, Jackson posted 3,127 passing yards, 36 passing touchdowns (league-most), and six interceptions to along with 1,206 rushing yards and seven rushing touchdowns. Simply put, he led the NFL in passing touchdowns while being an elite rusher.
There likely would be more focus placed on Jackson’s individual contributions had the 14-2 Ravens achieved greater post-season success. After a second-consecutive early playoff exit, the narrative surrounding Baltimore not being able to get the job done in big moments is building.
All the outside noise has done has provided Jackson with an additional source of motivation. That’s a scary thought for the rest of the league considering the last time experts thought the Ravens quarterback had been figured out was his first playoff loss. The events that transpired following that were his MVP campaign.
With that being said, let’s take a look at how Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson could raise his game again in 2020.