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  1. #193
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    Re: The Official Lamar Jackson Thread

    Baldy trying to take shots at my guy.
    "Please take with you this final sword, The Excellector. I am praying that your journey will be guided by the light", Leon Shore





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    Re: The Official Lamar Jackson Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Baldy trying to take shots at my guy.
    elway is your guy?





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    Re: The Official Lamar Jackson Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    elway is your guy?
    Smh. Lol. Wait and see Baldy.





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    Re: The Official Lamar Jackson Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Jam31 View Post
    Amen. Lamar was simply overmatched for 3+ qtrs but his heart & his talent shined through. Had the ball back near midfield with a chance to win. In fact I wasn't even mad immediately after the game. That's definitely the first time I could ever say that. Hell maybe I'm just getting old...

    All in all a great season & a tremendous learning experience for our rookie franchise QB.

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    Believe it or not, I think that playoff game was a better experience for the coaches than Lamar (and yes, I believe it was great for Lamar).

    They actually let Jackson throw, likely thinking "well, we can't win anyway" and then watched him almost throw the team back to a win. Who knows what would have happened with better pass protection





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    Re: The Official Lamar Jackson Thread

    https://twitter.com/NFLMatchup/media

    good link for some stats





  6. Re: The Official Lamar Jackson Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by purple_city39 View Post
    Believe it or not, I think that playoff game was a better experience for the coaches than Lamar (and yes, I believe it was great for Lamar).

    They actually let Jackson throw, likely thinking "well, we can't win anyway" and then watched him almost throw the team back to a win. Who knows what would have happened with better pass protection
    That's a great point.

    And going off that last sentence, man that last drive haunts me. Lamar was certainly responsible for his share of fumbles but that last one was just a clean strip sack. Iirc first time Zeus Jr allowed a sack all year.





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    Re: The Official Lamar Jackson Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by purple_city39 View Post
    Who knows what would have happened with better pass protection
    This is why upgrading the OL will pay more dividends than upgrading the WRs. It's not just the running game that benefits.





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