ORLANDO, Fl. (WJZ) — The Ravens won’t be playing in the Super Bowl this year after a stunning loss to the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Divisional Round.
And it seems Quarterback Lamar Jackson is so focused on next season and what he’d like to improve that he’s not watching the Super Bowl.
Jackson told NFL Live, “I’m not going to be watching [the Super Bowl]. My team is not in it.”
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson on the Super Bowl: "I'm not going to be watching it. My team is not in it."
— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) January 23, 2020
“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,” Jackson told WJZ.
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Jackson is one of 12 Ravens in the Pro Bowl this year. In an interview Wednesday, Jackson said that he wants to get better at everything.
“I want to get better at everything,” Jackson said. “[There’s] always room for improvement. You know. I’m not the greatest — I’m trying to get there.”
Jackson also said the team is focused on bringing a Super Bowl Title back to Baltimore next season.
The Pro Bowl will kick off at 3 p.m. Sunday. WJZ is the only local news station in Orlando covering the festivities.