Video: Ravens QB Lamar Jackson somehow escapes Chiefs defenders for long pass play to Seth Roberts
We knew that Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson would be able to escape pressure due to his running ability, but not like this. Jackson, who had about 2 seconds in the pocket before the Kansas City pass rush was right in front of him and facing a fourth down, Jackson trusted his receiver would make a play.
On fourth down…
— NFL (@NFL) September 22, 2019
Seeing Seth Roberts in single coverage and having basically the whole right side of the field to work with, Roberts was able to come back for the ball and haul it in. A dangerous play no doubt, but Jackson’s prayers were answered with a remarkable catch followed by a Mark Ingram run-in score.
Jackson and the Ravens are hanging right in there with Mahomes and the Chiefs, hoping to make a fourth quarter push. If Jackson is able to continue making plays like these, the Ravens have a real shot at stealing this game.
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