Lamar Jackson: Don’t Call It A Comeback

Ravens Quarterback, Lamar Jackson, demolished in Monday night’s comeback winning game against the Indianapolis Colts 31-25. Jackson astonishly carried the team from a 25-9 fourth quarter by leading three consecutive touchdowns deficit Jackson’s performance was truly headline worthy

His fourth touchdown came in overtime where Jackson ended the game with a five-yard toss to Marquise Brown. Jackson ended the night with a career-high of 442 passing yards and four touchdowns on 37 of 43 passes with no interceptions.

“It was one of the greatest performances I’ve ever seen,” Ravens coach John Harbaugh expressed after the game.
In an after game interview, Jackson answered questions regarding the team’s major comeback and overall performance. “To be honest it wasn’t a doubt in my mind,” Jackson explained about the team’s chances of a comeback from the fourth quarter deficit. “Our team we hit the peak that we needed at the right time in the second half. We just knew it was one play at a time — that’s all we kept saying in the huddle.

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