5 ways the Baltimore Ravens can make a Super Bowl run
Truss Lamar Jackson:
When you have the reigning MVP on your team you have to entrust everything to him. This is the situation the Baltimore Ravens find themselves in with Lamar Jackson.
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While Jackson has been anything but the only problem in the post-season, he has to be better. Jackson has six turnovers in just two playoff appearances with just three touchdowns to counter. Jackson is also completing just over 50% of his passes. Blame it on bad protection, or bad drops by the receivers, or bad coaching, but Jackson has to be better.
The only way he’ll get better is if his team trusts, or in the Ravens’ case “truss”, him to do so.
The one thing Lamar Jackson does as well as any quarterback is beat you with his athleticism. Jackson can sling a football down the field with relative ease as easily as he can carve you up with his legs. He’s simply a different breed of football player. That’s exactly why Baltimore has to give him the reigns and believe he can win them games.
Obviously, football is the biggest team sport there is and you’re only going to win football games if the whole team is good, not just your quarterback. I’m the biggest advocate in the world that quarterback wins aren’t a stat, but even I’m here to tell you that the rest of this season hangs on Lamar Jackson.
Baltimore is going to be betting on Jackson for this playoff run and they’ll go as far as he can take them.