QB Lamar Jackson: "I don’t pay attention to the crowd, I’m trying to win, I don’t really care"
Jackson might not have to face the best quarterback in the Browns roster in Week 4 after Cleveland listed him as questionable ahead of the divisional matchup last Friday.
That doesn't mean he won't be playing in hostile territory, as the Flock arrives in Cleveland for their second road game against a divisional rival this season.
"I go into those games like any other game. It’s different because they’re in the division, so it’s a little extra motivation, it’s like a rival. [They're] Physical games, very physical. I don’t pay attention to the crowd, I’m trying to win, I don’t really care."- Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens
Jackson is 2-0 in games in which he's faced Deshaun Watson since both entered the league, so perhaps the Browns are scared enough to sit their quarterback just to avoid a very inevitable outcome...
That's obviously not happening as long as Watson has an half-operational arm ready to blast bombs on Sunday, of course, but the track record speaks volumes of Lamar's dominance of Watson in recent times.