Lamar Jackson claims Ravens are going to see Tom Brady, Patriots again
America’s Comeback City is still on a high after the Baltimore Ravens took down the New England Patriots. Ravens fans are taken to a whole new high when Lamar Jackson made a promise that they hope will happen.
The Ravens’ second-year QB believes that the Ravens will be seeing the Patriots again despite not having them in their schedule for the remainder of the season. This means that he’s expecting to meet them again in the postseason.
As NFL.com’s Jeremy Bergman reported, Jackson’s declaration was a confident one that his fans definitely appreciated.
“I know we’re going to see him again, so we’ve just got to prepare.”
Jackson definitely has the right to feel confident after burning an outstanding New England Patriots defense. He finished the 37-20 beatdown with 163 passing yards, 61 rushing yards, three total touchdowns, and no interceptions. It was a fantastic performance from him all around to complement the masterful performance the Ravens defense did on Tom Brady and the New England offense.
It didn’t escape Jackson’s mind just how incredible it is for them to give the Patriots their first loss of the season.
“Like I said, I didn’t care who I was playing against, you know? Tom Brady, the G.O.A.T. of all G.O.A.T.s, six Super Bowls, 20 years doing it, the guy’s still playing like he’s a second-year player, a third-year player like he’s a young guy in the league and still you can’t take nothing from him. It was crazy.”
Their upcoming opponents, the Cincinnati Bengals, aren’t as dangerous as the Patriots. However, fans can expect Jackson and the rest of the Ravens offense to keep the good times rolling and take them down convincingly.