9 things the Ravens MUST keep doing to win the Super Bowl in 2023

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1. Lamar Jackson playing like the 2023 MVP

Is there anything left to say after watching Lamar straight dominate Detroit on Sunday?

Lamar Jackson hit the field running (pun intended) and put together a masterpiece of a performance, guiding the Baltimore Ravens to a resounding 38–6 victory that could have easily been a 70-0 one. Seriously.

Jackson demonstrated his versatility, completing 21-of-27 passes for 357 yards and throwing three touchdowns. His passing was smoothly complemented by 36 rushing yards and an additional score on the ground.

Lamar strategically connected with as many as nine different targets, including Odell Beckham Jr., Zay Flowers, and tight end Mark Andrews, the most prominent on the day.

Jackson led touchdown drives on each of the first four possessions. of the Ravens, and by the time the game entered the fourth and final quarter Baltimore was boasting a ridiculous 35-0 lead.

The accuracy. The decision-making. The passing. The rushing... Don't look now, but if Lamar Jackson keeps playing to this MVP-caliber level then the Ravens will have to celebrate both that trophy and winning the Super Bowl next February.