Sporting a "Sacksonville" tank top for Monday's appearance on NFL Network's Good Morning Football, Jackson predicted, "I think we're going to surprise a lot of people how we play this year."
So why is this year different?
"I think this year we're just ready to go out and show everybody," Jackson continued. "I think we want to stop talking and stop doing all the 'hoorah,' really go out there and have progress and get Ws. ... just put the first step forward of having a great season and talking with our pads and our progress on the field."
Powered by one of the league's most imposing wide receiver duos, the offense is poised to join the ranks of the league's high-octane attacks this season.
Whether or not the Jaguars fulfill Jackson's vision of surprising football fans across America, they are already building high expectations. The Green Bay-Jacksonville showdown is among the marquee matchups of Week 1.