Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens finally found a way to overcome the odds of Patrick Mahoms and his Kansas City chiefs in Sunday night football, 36-35.
Jackson used his hands and feet to lead the Ravens to a crazy comeback. The Chiefs trailed 12-0 in the fourth quarter. By the time of his return, Jackson had made several plays, but one that was bound to grab people’s attention was made in an important third place in the major Third Region.
Jackson made this kind of play impressive because he is not seen as the most accurate quarterback when his feet are on the ground. A sight to behold, jumping in the air under pressure and passing on a target, and a consent for passers-by Leatherhead Era. Not only did Jackson pass, he did it while jumping behind his offensive lineman. This third-down conversion was huge for the touchdown, as it helped Baltimore close the deficit by five points.
Mahoms himself is no stranger to such an innovative on-the-fly decision after making a similar drama against the Tennessee Titans just a few years ago. Looking at the two plays, they look almost identical, but each game is a situation where the matches are closed.
Of course, Mahoms threw a hard spiral and his jump pass had a long run to 63 yards to McCall Hardman. The Chiefs were third and ninth in their own region but led 22-20 in the fourth quarter. This TD score increases the lead case against the Titans.
Lamar and Ravens were down 11 points When Jackson stopped showing off his stunning athleticism, he hit Marquis Brown at the 42-yard TD reception. In the replay, NBC shows the play from the back corner of the crime, and you can see how Jackson jumps in and has to semi-compress his body in mid-air to make the play. All things considered, I agree with Jackson on his game. Both are great, but when Jackson makes a game like this when you’re under two digits trying to come back to a big third-down can only be called a clutch. And I don’t care if it happened in the second week of the season. The Ravens were 0-3 against the Mahoms-led chiefs Jackson as their signal-caller as the title of this game. It’s an incredible game and a great win for Jackson. Lamar no longer has to hear how he can’t defeat Mahoms. Jackson not only defeated Mahoms, but he did it in the most spectacular way possible.