Entering into his third season in the NFL, Ravens QB Lamar Jackson has drawn an abundance of comparisons to NFL legend Michael Vick.
The speed, accuracy and big-play ability are just a few of the similar traits between the two transcendent players.
Recently, Vick joined the Last Stand Podcast with Brian Custer, where he discussed the highs and lows of his NFL career but also gave his insight on the future of the league: Lamar Jackson.
"What's one thing the league MVP needs to improve on this season?" Custer asked.
"Playoff play!" Vick said. "Last year was a bit disappointing in the playoffs because I knew the Baltimore Ravens would be in the AFC Championship game and that game just didn't look good."
"Lamar is very accurate, his mental retention is through the roof," Vick said. "He's a guy you can win with."
In the AFC Divisional playoffs, Jackson went 31 of 59 for 365 yards, had 20 carries for 143 yards, and he added a 15-yard TD pass to Hayden Hurst. But obviously the Ravens lost.
Jackson joined Peter King on a recent episode of The Peter King Podcast in which he talked about getting the Ravens over the playoff hump.
"I just want win Super Bowls," Jackson said. "...Playoffs is different from the regular season ... because it's win or go home. And I'm tired of going home."
"I just can't wait to get back in that same spot and perform at a whole ‘nother level," Jackson said.
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