We have bad news for those of you who tend to bet on the NFL and also for fantasy owners out there: Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson only cares about winning, and he definitely doesn't care about you and your business.
If you're one of those types of people, then you must have paid attention to what happened Sunday in London as the Ravens took on the Titans in Week 6 and came out victorious with a 24-16 win over Tennessee.
Lamar Jackson didn't have a bad game per se, but he could have done a bit more. When all was said and done, Lamar had completed 21 passes out of 30 attempts for 223 yards. He even added 62 yards rushing on 13 carries, which led all Ravens players and allowed him to join a two-man club (!).
The problem, of course, was that Jackson only tossed a touchdown pass while getting intercepted once by the Titans. He also got sacked once for a loss of two yards. All of that combained dropped his fantasy score and didn't please a few owners out there.
Jackson, however, could care less about all of that knowing that what needed to be done was done: getting the win abroad.
The quarterback took to his personal social network on X (formerly known as Twitter) and wrote "Boy Idgad About your Parlay or fantasies I’m trying to win."
It's probably not necessary to make a translation, but that basically means "Boy, I don't give a damn about your parlay or fantasy teams," and that he just wants to win real games on actual football fields, and not on computer screens and spreadsheets.
It's worth noting, however, that not all bettors and fantasy owners were pissed off by Jackson's outing and the Ravens result on Sunday.
Baltimore opened Week 6 as a 5.5-point favorite over the Titans, so for those who bet on the Ravens, the result wasn't bad as Jackson led the Flock to an eight-point victory over Tennessee.
Not only that, but Jackson also finished (pending MNF) as the QB7 of the Week 6 slate of games in Yahoo, racking up 18.12 fantasy points and ranking above the likes of Trevor Lawrence, Josh Allen, or Joe Burrow just to name a few.