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Ravens QB Lamar Jackson Gets Brutally Honest On Super Bowl Hopes

The conclusion of the Baltimore Ravens’ 2023 season was marked by disappointment as they fell short in the AFC title game last month. Lamar Jackson and company could not get the job done despite being the No. 1 seed in the AFC.

Despite a stalwart defensive effort against Kansas City Chiefs’ quarterback Patrick Mahomes, it was the Ravens’ offense, led by Lamar Jackson, that faltered.

Jackson’s two turnovers and the meager 81 rushing yards by the Baltimore rush offense painted a grim picture for their offensive performance in the crucial game.

However, Jackson remains resolute in his belief that this Ravens team has what it takes to make a Super Bowl run. He emphasized that, in the grand scheme of things, one key factor will be pivotal for the Ravens to reclaim a spot in the championship game.

“Just lock in some more. Just do what we do, and we will be in it.”

Speaking after the “NFL Honors” show, Jackson expressed confidence that the Ravens will bounce back stronger than ever.

Despite their postseason setback, the Ravens’ dominance throughout the regular season cannot be overlooked. They concluded the season ranked among the top five in both points scored per game and points allowed per game.

Securing the AFC North title and clinching the No. 1 seed in the AFC for the first time in four seasons underscored their formidable presence in the league.

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