From John Harbaugh's lack of regret about the Ravens' plan for their playoff loss to the Tennessee Titans to his enduring faith in quarterback Lamar Jackson, here are three takeaways from his season-ending news conference.
After a spectacular Ravens season ended with a fizzle, what conclusions can be drawn? From Lamar Jackson blowing away expectations to the difficulty of squaring that final loss with the team's overall excellence, here are five things.
En el transcurso de las últimas 40 temporadas, estos jugadores tuvieron temporadas regulares dominantes pero no pudieron ganar un juego de playoffs en sus temporadas de MVP. El mariscal de campo de los Baltimore Ravens, Lamar Jackson, podría ser el último en la lista si gana el premio MVP de la NFL, como se espera que lo haga, en unas pocas semanas.
Over the course of the last 40 seasons, these players had dominant regular seasons but failed to win a playoff game in their MVP seasons. Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson could be the latest on the list if he wins the NFL's MVP award, as he is expected to, in a few weeks.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh believes the surest way to seal your doom in the NFL is to stand still. By embracing change in the form of quarterback Lamar Jackson, Harbaugh has his team on the NFL's cutting edge in his 12th season.
African Americans were some of the loudest defenders of Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson after he was criticized for giving Rolex watches to teammates, because they know all too well the unfair scrutiny black people face when they do well in life.
After a legal dispute with the NFL in which the league sent a cease-and-desist letter, Columbia’s Hysteria Brewing Co. has released its #MVP India pale ale with an updated can to avoid likeness issues related to Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson.
If the regular season ended Sunday for Lamar Jackson, with a 31-15 win over the Browns clinching home-field advantage for the first time in franchise history, this is how the Ravens quarterback will remember it: 13-2.
What is most impressive and dynamic about Lamar Jackson and the reason the Baltimore Ravens quarterback is the subject of this column is his attitude and drive for excellence. For example, another one of his now-famous T-shirts proclaims, “Nobody cares, work harder.”
Like Michael Jordan, Michael Phelps and other great athletes before him, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson possesses an engine that creates remarkable competitive achievements out of doubts and slights.
Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry did a terrific impression of Lamar Jackson and the Mids ended Army’s recent domination of the rivalry to take home the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy for the first time since 2015.
Ravens running back Mark Ingram II is having a terrific all-around season and takes every opportunity to marvel at Ravens’ quarterback Lamar Jackson while deflecting credit for the role he has played in making the team’s offense — and Jackson — so successful.
When Lamar Jackson set the single-season rushing record for a quarterback against the New York Jets, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady challenged the Baltimore Ravens quarterback to race with a unique twist. Jackson must wear rollerblades. (TCA Staff)
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson enters the final three games of the year as a clear-cut favorite for the NFL’s Most Valuable Player honor. Such recognition would make him the first player in Ravens history to win the award, but Baltimore’s professional teams have produced league MVPs in the past. Should Jackson be named MVP, who would he join in Baltimore lore?
Lamar Jackson was the steal of the 2018 NFL Draft when the Baltimore Ravens selected the Louisville quarterback with the last pick in the first round. Four quarterbacks were taken before Jackson. (TCA Staff)
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has a banged up quad, but was on the practice field for limited activities the past two days. Should the Ravens try to take advantage of a soft opponent to give him a couple weeks rest?
Lamar Jackson and Josh Allen were the most nitpicked prospects in the ballyhooed quarterback class of 2018. But as they prepare for a high-stakes meeting in Buffalo, they've emerged as the cream of that crop.
The San Francisco 49ers have suspended their radio color-analyst Tim Ryan for suggesting Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson held an edge on faking handoffs in the team’s 20-17 win Sunday because of his skin color, according to a San Francisco Chronicle report.
The incident comes at a time when fans appear to have gotten over the long-running anthem controversy and a group of exciting young quarterbacks — most notably Ravens star Lamar Jackson — have captured their imagination.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh laughed Monday when asked about a video the team posted of him speaking with quarterback Lamar Jackson on the sideline during Sunday’s 49-13 blowout of the Cincinnati Bengals. “I was kind of curious how that got out,” he said.
Early in the second quarter against the Cincinnati Bengals, Lamar Jackson lined up in the shotgun with running back Mark Ingram to his right and backup quarterback Robert Griffin III to his left. For such an exotic formation, it had an obvious name. “It’s called the Heisman package,” Ingram said later. “That’s what we call it.”
On a week where Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson ran circles around the the seemingly impenetrable New England Patriots defense, Joppatowne Mariners senior quarterback Alan Brown put on a similar show against the Patterson Mill Huskies Friday night in a Class 1A East first round game.
In Week 9 of last season, Joe Flacco played his final snaps as a Baltimore Raven. A year later, as the Ravens prepare for a hyped Week 9 match-up with the New England Patriots, Lamar Jackson has brought fresh excitement to their world.
In a matchup of two of the NFL’s top-performing quarterbacks, Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs outgunned Lamar Jackson and the Ravens, running out to a big early lead and holding on late for a 33-28 win.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson describes it as "street ball," the rare, unspoken chemistry he shares with tight end Mark Andrews. Such bonds with elite tight ends have been essential to the careers of many great quarterbacks.
When training camp opens Thursday, the Ravens need to find out if their athletic, second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson is the franchise player of the future or a potential first-round bust that could set the team back for years.