Why the Baltimore Ravens will be better heading into the 2020 season

Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)
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The 2019 season for the Baltimore Ravens ended against the Tennessee Titans, but the Ravens can get even better for next year and here are some reasons why.

It’s been a few weeks since that fateful day when the Baltimore Ravens fell to the Tennessee Titans. The 2019 Ravens were amazing and it was easy to think that they would just waltz their way to a Super Bowl championship. Obviously, they will not be hoisting the Lombardi Trophy this year, but the Ravens are already getting ready for next year and there are some reasons that they can be even better next year.

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For one, the Ravens have Lamar Jackson and if this year is any indication, you can bet that he will be coming back next year even better. The leap he took from year one to year two was nothing short of extraordinary. Jackson went from completing just over 58% of his passes to completing just over 66% of his passes.

That type of growth can’t be attributed to only scheme or training camp, Jackson took a ton of time this offseason to work on his craft and improve his accuracy. If Lamar Jackson can do that from year one to year two, how much better can he get this offseason?

According to pro football reference, Lamar Jackson finished ninth in completion percentage, can he come back next year and rank in the top three? That is entirely possible and will make a deadly offense even more lethal. Every Ravens fan should be excited to see what the year three version of Lamar Jackson can be.