Be happy. God gave you a breath to breathe every day. You don't need to be mad about nothin'.
— Lamar Jackson
I noticed a lot of dual-threat quarterbacks in the shotgun or in the pistol, a lot of them don't last forever. I want to be in the pocket.
I'm not a ball hog at all. It may look like it, but I'm not.
I feel like I'm a field general when I'm out there.
I love the game with a passion.
I've faced adversity throughout my whole life.
I'm still growing each and every day. I'm trying to become a better person, a better player and an all-time better QB.
Nine times out of 10, I'm trying to score if I do decide to run.
You can have all the stats in the world, but if you're losing, you're probably not going to get talked about. Probably will, but not in a good way.
Like I said before, I'm trying to win at the end of the day.
Getting in my head and talking trash, that's not going to work.
I don't wear socks with loafers!
Baltimore loves the players and we appreciate it. We love them back.
There's always room for improvement.
I used to play with all the older guys. I never played with, really, my age group when I was younger.
Michael Vick is my favorite player.
Sometimes, they do a great job covering everyone downfield, so you just have to checkdown and hit a tight end to convert. That's just how we play ball.
Michael Vick can pass.
I came from a high school where I didn't have a playbook or anything like that. Coach would draw it up and get the headset on, and we'd go after it.
I just love winning.
I can lead my team.
I can hit any target on the field.
I focus on myself and my teammates. I don't really care about what other people have going on, to be honest.
I'm a quarterback at the end of the day. I want to prove that each and every day I go out and practice.
On one-on-one, I'm either trying to get the first down or trying to score.
You just go in and play with confidence and try to come out with a victory. That's the goal.
I've been working very hard for a long time.
I know I can throw.
I usually eat cereal every morning.
I'd rather throw than run.
People look at my legs and they see I can make big plays, but they don't really see my arm, and I make big plays with my arm.
There is a chip on my shoulder, both shoulders, yes sir.
I just keep myself focused and try to prepare each week for our games.
Sometimes, you just have to take what the defense gives you.
Even in high school, I was balanced. It's just that my run plays were dynamic.
I love to put the ball in other people's hands.
I love to score.
I love putting a chip on my shoulder. It's just more motivation to go out there and show my ability.
I love the game of football.
If I miss a pass at practice, I'm ticked off.
It's all about winning. That's what it's all about.
Nine times out of 10, if you win the game, it starts with the turnover battle.
I play football. It's about winning games. It's not about who can talk trash the most.
I stand in the mirror, look at the plays and try to say them to myself to get ready for the next day.
I'm cool, man.
That's what my job is; just get the ball to my guys.
I hate losing. I hate that feeling.
Knowing my mistakes and being able to go back to fix them - that helps me out a lot.
You just have to stay humble.