After his first Pro Bowl practice Wednesday, Jackson let it be known there is more work to be done.
Asked what he needs to improve upon as a passer, Jackson said, "Everything. 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."
At the start of the season, there were questions about whether Jackson could become a legitimate passer in the NFL. He responded by leading the league with 36 touchdown passes and finishing third with a 113.3 passer rating.
Jackson became the first player in NFL history to pass for more than 3,000 yards and to rush for more than 1,000 yards in the same season. He reached his first Pro Bowl after leading the league in votes, and he's the front-runner for league MVP, which will be announced next week.
So, what kind of game plan would Jackson devise to defend himself?
"I'd be scared if I'm playing against myself, so I don't know," Jackson said. "I'd be kind of nervous."
On Wednesday, a video was posted showing Jackson throwing passes to Baylen.
A day ago, Drew Brees tweeted Lamar Jackson, telling him that his son Baylen is "pumped to meet you."— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) January 22, 2020
Today, Jackson was throwing passes to Baylen before his first Pro Bowl practice.
(Video from @marlon_humphrey) pic.twitter.com/wGvdwA1SS6
Jackson's season ended abruptly in the divisional round, where the top-seeded Ravens were upset by the No. 6-seeded Tennessee Titans, 28-12. He fell to 0-2 in the playoffs, and he didn't seem inclined to give a prediction for the Super Bowl.
"It's going to be a tough one," Jackson said. "We played against both teams; we beat one, lost to one. I don't know. K.C.'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."