The Baltimore Ravens not only passed the defense of the Tennessee Titans and entered the AFC Division on Sunday, but they also rushed back to the locker room without having to worry about the formalities.
Lamar Jackson bowed his knees in the final game of the game. As soon as he got up, he led the whole team to the locker room-skipping and shaking hands after the game.
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Since last year’s AFC divisional game, bad blood between the two teams has been brewing, which is obviously intentional.
“I feel very disrespectful to what happened before the game before we played with these guys last time. They stood on our logo and saw them blend in with our team. [head] coach. It̵
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Jackson continued: “We are not without reason to shake hands with such people.” “We will become bigger guys, so we left the court. I think we are becoming bigger guys. My favorite running is kneeling. Next. I really don’t have a favorite run [other] Instead of kneeling down last. “
But the Ravens will definitely give back their favor before leaving the field.
Cornerback Marcus Peters is less than 2 minutes away from quarterback Ryan Tannehill. A few seconds later, Peters and the other Ravens defenders entered the midfield and stepped on the Titans’ logo to celebrate the game-certainly in the way of Tennessee.
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“I just follow my teammates. I don’t know what happened.” Crows defensive end Calais Campbell told NFL Network. “I didn’t know it was happening until I got there. But in the end, I won respect. I won respect.”
The Ravens won their first playoff victory since 2014 and will continue to play Buffalo Bills in the divisional games.
Daniel Canova of Fox News contributed to this report.