Lamar Jackson believes the Baltimore Ravens have become too predictable on offense.
On "The Rich Eisen Show," Jackson said teams know what the Ravens are going to run on offense when they line up.
"They're calling out our plays, stuff like that," the quarterback said. "They know what we're doing. Sometimes stuff won't go our way if they're beating us to the punch."
The Ravens are 6-2 but haven't been nearly as explosive on offense.
"We had our ups that first week and then we had our downs," said Jackson, who ranks 27th in the NFL with 1,513 passing yards. "Usually we're a high-level offense. But it's been all right. It's not where we want to be. We're still winning, so it's all right, I guess."