The Baltimore Ravens physically overwhelmed a previously 4-1 Los Angeles Chargers team that recently scored 47 points against the Cleveland Browns.
However, the Ravens defense had something to say about the electrifying Bolts’ offense led by the second-year sensation Justin Herbert. Don Martindale’s defensive unit held the Chargers to just six points on the entire afternoon.
The special teams play was sound as well, according to head coach John Harbaugh. However, while the defense played outstanding, a 2021 MVP candidate again commandeered the offense.
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson continues to show that he is unlike any other NFL quarterback
On Sunday, Lamar Jackson showed that he does not have a label, other than the fact that he is a winner. Despite Jackson being tasked with many things, he consistently makes the most of each challenge irrespective of the pressure standing in his way.
Despite two interceptions, Jackson overcame his turnovers with fantastic chemistry with his starting tight end Mark Andrews.
While he was making plays with his arm, he inevitably did so with his legs to help an imposing home team rushing attack at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday.
Jackson’s execution and facilitation of the offense keep him a mystery to opposing defenses, but the mystique isn’t accomplished without the assistance of a few of his offensive teammates.