Ravens QB Lamar Jackson showing early improvements over MVP season

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson showing early improvements over MVP season

After winning the NFL MVP award last season, there wasn’t a lot more Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson could do to improve. Yet, after one game in the 2020 regular season, it’s clear he’s done exactly that.

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Jackson entered this offseason on a pretty clear mission. After back-to-back seasons in which he and the Ravens got eliminated from the playoffs early, Jackson knew he needed to step his game up once more to chase a championship. Much like we saw in his transition from a rookie to a second-year player, Jackson has made yet another transformation this offseason into an even better quarterback.

Let’s look at the three things Jackson did in Week 1 that proves he’s taken yet another leap this season.


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