As the Baltimore Sun points out, the segment was taped before the Ravens were knocked out of the postseason and the full episode aired Tuesday night. "Inside the NFL" teased the segment Monday night on Twitter with a video clip, which showed Lewis and Jackson discussing the signal-caller's speed, decision-making when lining up under center, teammate support and what it means to play in Baltimore.
Jackson tells Lewis, who spent his entire career in a Ravens' uniform, that he has no ceiling and has lofty goals on what he'd like to accomplish for the city and community.
Lewis, of course, helped the Ravens secure two championships, a fact Jackson indicated he was well aware of after Lewis pointed it out. But like Brady, Jackson plays the quarterback position.
After replacing Joe Flacco as the starter down the stretch of the 2018 regular season, Jackson led the Ravens to a 6-1 record and the AFC North division title. He became the youngest quarterback to start in the postseason, but his stint proved short after Jackson and the Ravens ran into a swarming Los Angeles Chargers defense.
Meanwhile, if Jackson desires to bring multiple championships to Baltimore, he'll need to put in the hard work in the offseason to accomplish what Weddle predicts.