Here’s why Lamar Jackson didn’t shake hands with the Titans after Ravens won the playoff game

Here's why Lamar Jackson didn't shake hands with the Titans after Ravens won the playoff game
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Lamar Jackson Not in a hurry to exchange compliments after driving Baltimore crows To their first playoff victory in six years – and their first playoff win since they became the Ravens team that started the quarterback. Jackson ran off the field and into the locker room once the hour was over in Baltimore’s 20–13 win over Tennessee TitansTriumph, for which Jackson was largely responsible.

Jackson never bothered to shake hands with his opponents, and he remains upset about Titans poking the Ravens’ logo from their regular season victory in November. Crows This time the favor is back, Which is something Jackson didn’t participate in – but his teammates made sure Tennessee got the message.

“I feel it was just disrespectful to see what happened before the match the last time we played these players, and they were standing on our logo and seeing them get into that through [head] Coach, “Jackson told reporters after the game.” It was just disrespectful, because we treat all of our opponents with respect. There was no reason to shake hands with us and things like that. We’ll be the older guy, so we just got off the field. I feel like we were the biggest men. “

Jackson pitched against Titans’ defense in their first match victory by 10 points. He finished a 17 of 24 for 179 yards without any touchdown and one interception to rank a 74.8 passer in the win – while lunting 136 yards and touching down. Since starting 1-to-3 for seven yards with interception (and Baltimore down 10-0), Jackson went down 16 to 21 for 172 yards with a rating of 99.7 and had 14 holds for 134 yards and a drop.

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Jackson’s 48-yard rapid landing in the second quarter was his second longest landing by a midfielder in match history, just behind Kaepernick at 56 yards in the 2012 qualifiers against the team. Green Bay Packers (NFC Sections Tour). Jackson’s 143-yard dash is the second most midfielders of all time in the qualifiers, which provided plenty of great runs throughout the afternoon.

The last one also happened to be his best of the day – for obvious reasons.

Jackson said, “My favorite run was kneeling.” “I didn’t really have a favorite run [other] From kneeling at the end. “

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