Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson shoots 239 yards, with one touchdown and two interceptions, adding 107 yards and two points from 16 clearances; Patrick Mahomes of Kansas City’s 343-yard shots with three APs and one interception
Lamar Jackson overcame two interceptions in the first quarter to earn his first career win over Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs for the fourth time the Baltimore Ravens beat 36-35 winners in Sunday night’s thriller.
But no, Jackson kept the Ravens in the fight, hitting blow after blow with Magoms – including Marquise Brown’s stunning 42-yard touchdown in the air – before Baltimore pulled ahead in the fourth quarter, scoring two goals on the ground. their star protector.
Jackson’s second TD on the goal line lifted the Ravens by just one point (36-35) – after a failed two-point conversion attempt for the second time in a row – and returned the ball to Magomes three minutes and 18 seconds before the end of the game. watch to drive across the field and establish a winning score.
But rookie midfielder Odafe Ove, who had excellent play, forced Clyde Edwards-Heler to grope for a run in 2nd and 3rd off Baltimore’s 32-yard line for the Ravens to get the ball back.
The home team then quickly faced 4th and 1st scores in the next streak, still with a minute on the clock, but instead of sending the ball back to KC, Jackson ran over the ball and scored the yards needed for Baltimore went out on the ice. the game.
LAMAR JACKSON JUMP PASS TD.
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Superstars on the show as far as the eye can see. This game had everything, including Tyranne Mathieu 34-yard pick-six in the first series, Jackson’s stunning pass on landing on Brown, and an incredible 46-yard tackle and run to the end zone from Travis Kelsey…
Jackson it was amazing! Same way Mahomes… And, as mentioned, rookie midfielder Voronov Oweh – taken with the number 31 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft – was all over the defense, hitting Magomes in his INT, and also possibly winning the game, his forced ball in the fourth quarter.
The Ravens overcame Jackson’s early six when Devin Duvernay scored on their next possession, catching Ty’Son Williams’ groping in the air.