Lamar Jackson's 2019 was one of the most dominant in NFL history. The 23-year old presumptive MVP became the first QB to pass for 3000 yards and rush for 1000, leading the Ravens to a 14-2 records.
However, for the second straight year, he struggled in the playoffs with accuracy and Baltimore was upset in their first round.
Jackson's performance during the Precision Passing drill during the All-Pro week's skill challenge highlights the work he has cut out for him if he wants his arm to come close to matching his legs.
Not only was Jackson's score of two the lowest of the six participants, Jarvis Landry and Davante Adams, who are wide receiver, beat him with scores of six.
"A lot of bad throws, a little wind with me. It's all good," Jackson said after his turn.
Russell Wilson had the top score of 19, followed by Kirk Cousins (16) and Deshaun Watson (9).
Jackson has vowed to work on his accuracy this offseason.