Lamar Jackson is "tired of going home" in the NFL playoffs and wants to make sure the Baltimore Ravens do not fall short again in 2020.
Ravens quarterback Jackson won the MVP award last season after a spectacular year that saw him lead Baltimore to a league-best 14-2 record.
However, a year after the Ravens were undone by the Los Angeles Chargers in the postseason, Baltimore suffered a shock 28-12 loss to the Tennessee Titans in the Divisional Round.
Jackson received the MVP award the night before Super Bowl LIV in Miami but told NBC Sports' Peter King of that ceremony: "I'd rather have made the speech on video.
"Like, 'Sorry I couldn't be there.' But, I had to be there. I really didn't want to be on that stage."
On the playoffs, he added: "I think about it a lot, to be honest with you. That's where I wanna be.
"That's when everything gets... crucial. It's tough. I remember [three-time Super Bowl winner] LeGarrette Blount DM'd me on Instagram.
"He was like, you know, playoffs is different from regular season. I'm like, nah. But it is, 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.
"I just want to get back to that situation so I can perform different.
"Just put it on my shoulders and go from there. I gotta fight to get back to that situation. It's gonna be a different result this time."