Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson lost two fumbles in Monday’s 33-27 extra time loss to the Las Vegas Raiders. Afterward, he admitted that he was upset with himself for the turnovers.
“That ticked me off. I hate fumbles, I hate any type of turnover,” Jackson mentioned, in keeping with Pro Football Talk. “Two hands on the ball. I just could’ve taken a sack, if anything.”
Jackson shared a profanity-laced reaction by way of Twitter after talking with reporters.
The 2019 MVP must be higher if the Ravens hope to compete for a title this season. He accomplished 19-of-30 passes for 235 yards and one landing on Monday along with operating for 86 yards, which led the staff.
However, Baltimore additionally must do a considerably higher job defending Jackson. The Ravens’ new-look offensive line of Ronnie Stanley, Tyre Phillips, Bradley Bozeman, Kevin Zeitler and Alejandro Villanueva was subpar on Monday evening.
The Raiders had been in a position to put constant strain on Jackson, led by Maxx Crosby, who had two sacks and 4 quarterback hits. According to Next Gen Stats, Las Vegas pressured Jackson on 54.5% of his dropbacks.
#Note-Author Name – Erin Walsh, Yardbarker