BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Lamar Jackson continues to have an unprecedented season. But despite all the accolades, he continues to stay humble, always pointing out what he could have done better and where he’d like to help the Ravens go.
During a press conference with the team Wednesday, WJZ’s Sports Director Mark Viviano asked Jackson what keeps him humble.READ MORE: 6 New Penguin Chicks Make Their Debut At Maryland Zoo
“Is there something or someone that keeps you humble?” Viviano asked.
“The Lord,” Jackson said without hesitation. “The Lord.”
“I give him all his praise, the glory, the honor,” he added. “Because you know without him, I could have been doing anything you know.”
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“It’s crazy. I be thinking about it. Talking to him through the day,” Jackson said. “I appreciate you. Thank you.”
“Because when you feel like you’re bigger than the Lord that’s when all that success dies. It go away,” he said. “You know you gotta let him know that he the reason you’re having that much [success]”
He also said his family and teammates and coaching staff help him.MORE NEWS: Delivery Driver Run Over By Her Own Car After It Was Stolen, Sheriff's Office Says
“We just gotta keep going, and let the Lord know, he’s the no. 1,” Jackson ended.