4 reasons the Baltimore Ravens offense will improve next season

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BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – JANUARY 11: Quarterback Lamar Jackson #8 of the Baltimore Ravens throws the ball against the Tennessee Titans in the second half during the AFC Divisional Playoff game at M&T Bank Stadium on January 11, 2020 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

The Baltimore Ravens had one of the top offensive attacks in the game this past season. It’s only going to get better and I have four reasons why:

1. The MVP will have another offseason to add polish to his game:

When the Baltimore Ravens ended the 2018-2019 season, Jackson had to prove that he could become a more refined passer. He had to prove that he could be a true quarterback. Jackson was given the starting quarterback job, before the Ravens ever intended for it to happen. He was very young, his potential was obvious yet it was obvious that he had a lot of work to do. In the 2019-2020 campaign, Jackson had an MVP season and asserted himself as one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. A full offseason of hard work allowed Jackson to take his strengths and completely transform his game.

Experience is very valuable to a quarterback. It’s easy to forget how inexperienced Jackson is. Counting the two losses in the playoffs he has a 20-5 record as a starting quarterback. That’s not a lot of football. The 2019 season was his first full season as a starting quarterback. He was running a completely new offense. While it was completely built with him in mind, Jackson was still a beginner.

There were times this past season, where Jackson looked like he was either too hyped up or he was pressing and trying to be perfect. This is a problem that a little more experience will make a big difference with. Jackson saw just about everything the NFL could throw at him this past season. He’s been in a lot of different situations. The more Jackson plays, the easier things will become. Jackson is only going to improve as a quarterback. He’s a hard worker and he’s got a lot of heart. Jackson is trying to perfect his craft and he should be much more polished at the start of the 2020 season.

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