Quarterback Lamar Jackson was injured in a divisional round NFL playoff game against Buffalo Bills in the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday night, but did not return.
Jackson was injured at the end of the third quarter, his head hit the turf and his neck bent back. He walked to the locker room with his own strength and was included in the league’s concussion plan. As time passed, the crow announced that Jackson had finished the game.
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The rookie brought QB Tyler Huntley’s support into the Jackson game, and the Ravens trailed 17-3.
Jackson was injured while driving after throwing 6 horses at Bills defender Taron Johnson. The defensive guard passed the ball back to 1
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Jackson made 14 of 24 shots with 162 yards passing and Johnson’s interception. He also used 9 vehicles to yard 34 yards on the ground.
Baltimore’s only goal came from a shot by Justin Tucker. But Tucker had already missed two shots early in the game.
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Jackson helped the Ravens defeat Tennessee in a wildcard game last week. He has 179 passing yards and one interception, and he made 17 of 24 shots. He was 136 yards on the ground and was busy when landing. This is his first playoff victory in his career, having eliminated the first two seasons in their first game.