Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson did an excellent job of defeating the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, and coach John Harbaugh acknowledged his greatness.
Jackson has been compared to former NFL quarterback Michael Vick with his outfield skills, but others say the league has never seen a player like him. The sophomore threw for 223 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 65 yards and a touchdown with a 49-13 victory.
His performance included a landing, which left Harbaugh in awe and the coach let Jackson know he was a bench.
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Jackson replied, "I can't wait to see him. When I get old … but now I have to get to the Super Bowl. "
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In nine games this season, Jackson has thrown for 2,036 yards, 15 touchdowns and 15 touchdowns 7-2 record. His 702 rushing yards are the Ravens' most. He has six rushing sensors for the season, two behind running back Mark Ingram.
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Baltimore hosts Houston Texas this Sunday.