The Ravens won 47-42 on Monday night, and regardless of much theory, Lamar Jackson says he didn’t take the Browns to the Super Bowl all the while.
During the final quarter, Jackson, 23, run to the storage space for what was portrayed as “cramps.”
In any case, Jackson’s abrupt takeoff, caught by the transmission, driven fans via web-based media to theorize that he expected to go for two.
Jackson restored an arrangement later to toss a score on fourth down to Marquise Brown that gave the Ravens a 42-35 lead with 1:51 to go in the game before at last driving Baltimore on a match dominating drive in the last moment.
“I didn’t pull a Paul Pierce,” Jackson said regarding the previous Boston Celtics star, who was taken away the court in a wheelchair for an evident washroom break during the 2008 end of the season games.
All things considered, Jackson stated, he had raced to the storage space to get treatment for cramps due to the cold and required intravenous liquids.
In any case, before Jackson’s clarification, fans on Twitter went crazy with hypothesis.
Indeed, even his partner, and normal reinforcement Robert Griffin III, stoked the fire.
After Cleveland tied the game later, Jackson drove the Ravens down the field, setting up Justin Tucker for the approval field objective with two seconds left.
An opening shot, a progression of laterals and a security later the Ravens moved to 8-5, a game behind the 9-4 Browns.
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