Robert Griffin III played well, but so did Lamar Jackson, and that’s bad news for the veteran.
Griffin faced terrible pressure playing behind a patchwork offensive line Saturday night, but he still managed 107 total yards in the first half and more importantly, avoided any debilitating mistakes.
He gained extra yards with his quick feet and threw accurately when given space.
The former Heisman Trophy winner and Rookie of the Year has offered the Ravens a steady hand throughout the preseason, and that might be exactly what they need behind starter Joe Flacco as Jackson continues to find his way in the pro game.
But even as Griffin did his job,...