As the Falcons are set to move on to phase three of their offseason program, running back Steven Jackson, in his most recent blog posted on Thursday, said he wants to make sure that the team is ranked in the top 10 in rushing in 2014.

The Falcons start their OTAs on Tuesday and it sounds like Jackson plans to be in the house. He has been working out on his own in Las Vegas for most of the offseason, according to his blog.

Here’s what he had to say about the rushing game:

We fell short in a lot of things last year, but I was definitely most disappointed with how consistently low we ranked in the rushing game. The first thing on my to-do list is to make sure that we rank in the top 10 in rushing, and every statistical category when it comes to the rushing game.

As a group, we need to continue training hard like we all have been this offseason, and have that carry over into the fall. The areas we struggled in last season are fixable. We have the talent. It’s just a matter of us playing together.

Last season, the Falcons dipped to 4-12 after playing the NFC Championship game. It was Jackson’s first season with the team.

He was injured in the second game of the season, but came back strong down the stretch. He played in 12 games and rushed for 543 and six touchdowns. He caught 33 passes for 191 yards and one touchdown.