7 positives, 10 negatives, and 3780 words about the Ravens 22-19 OT loss to the Colts

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Negative: Lamar Jackson can do it all (for the bad)

Now, for the bad. For the real bad, might be said.

Lamar might have lit the stat sheet with his couple of touchdowns, 300+ total yards, and 100+ rushing yardage. He might have started the game in an unstoppable fashion...

But Jackson failed to throw a pass for a touchdown, and more damagingly he fumbled twice throughout Week 3 in a matchup that Baltimore, somehow, ended up losing.

Jackson fumbled the rock two times in Baltimore's half of the field, and he only recovered one of those gaffes. Lamar avoided throwing any pick, and thank God he did because things could have looked awful had that not been the case.

At the end of the day, Jackson was good overall but he was far from great, lacking defining and game-sealing punch in critical moments, mostly in overtime. Better times are ahead.