"Everything," Jackson said when asked what he must work on to improve as a passer, according to ESPN's Jamison Hensley. "I'm not the best, I'm not the greatest. I'm going into my third year, and I'm trying to get somewhere. I'm trying to get to the Super Bowl. So I gotta work on everything."
Jackson proved to be an unstoppable force in his second NFL campaign. He broke Michael Vick's single-season rushing record for a quarterback with 1,206, adding 3,127 passing yards and 43 total touchdowns.
Baltimore earned the AFC's No. 1 seed, but John Harbaugh's squad fell to the Tennessee Titans in the divisional round. Despite Jackson's individual success, he couldn't help but express disappointment that the Ravens won't be playing in Super Bowl LIV.
"It's going to be a tough one," he said. "We played against both teams; we beat one, lost to one. I don't know. KC's got guys over there - but 49ers do too, so I don't know. Whoever wins, it's not us in this; so I don't really care who's gonna win it."