Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson turned on the jets with less than 3 minutes left in the first half of Sunday’s wild-card playoff game at the Tennessee Titans.
The Ravens and Titans went into halftime tied 10-10.
Jackson’s 48-yard rushing touchdown is the second-longest rush of his career (50-yard rush at Washington in Week 4 of this season), according to ESPN Stats & Information. It’s also the longest scramble of Jackson’s pro career.
The Ravens are 14-2 in games in which Jackson rushes for at least one touchdown.
Jackson now has six rushes of 20-plus yards in six games since returning from the reserve/COVID-19 list this season. He had five such rushes in his first 10 games played this season, with three coming in one game.
Here’s what folks are saying about Jackson’s run:
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