TitleIn Baltimore, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson's frustration boiled over when he threw an interception in the fourth quarter. He responded by ripping off his helmet with both hands and slamming it to the ground while heading to the sideline. 1

Fill in someAnother season filled with promise for the presumptive NFL Most Valuable Player ended abruptly in the postseason. text

Jackson and the AFC's top-seeded Ravens faced difficulties advancing the ball and committed three turnovers in a 17-10 defeat to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday.

The defeat brings Jackson's postseason record to 2-4.

"I'm not feeling frustrated," Jackson stated. "I'm just angry about the loss."

"We're just one game away from the Super Bowl."

"We've been waiting for this opportunity, for all these moments, and we fell short."

"But I believe in our team. We're going to use this offseason to improve, work hard, and strive to be in this position again - but this time, on the winning side."

Jackson appeared nearly unstoppable as he approached the Ravens' first home AFC Championship Game in their 28-year history.

During his last seven starts, including the divisional victory last week, Jackson had Baltimore averaging 33.9 points per game.