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09 January 2019, 01:54 | Tracey Rhodes
Melvin Gordon #28 of the Los Angeles Chargers
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson took a lot of heat for his performance through the first three quarters of the team's 23-17 loss to the LA Chargers on Sunday. We'll see who's right about the match-up when the Chargers and Ravens square off at 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday.
Defensive end Deatrich Wise and linebacker Elandon Roberts were among other players who watched the game live to get an initial read on the Chargers. On the next play, Melvin Gordon was falling into the end zone and the referees missed a possible fumble returned for a TD by the Ravens after inexplicably ruling the play dead.
Though Brown came out of the gate strong, catching 15 passes for 338 yards and three touchdowns in his first four games with Baltimore, he disappeared down the stretch. They dared Baltimore to throw and they couldn't while he was forced to stay in the pocket early on. Thus, after the game, they doubled down on needing to play all 60 minutes going forward.
Coach John Harbaugh explained after the game how he didn't think backup quarterback Joe Flacco could not have done more for the team that Jackson provided.
After going just 2 of 8 in the first half with an interception, Jackson ended up going 14 of 29 for 194 yards (thought only 139 net passing yards), two touchdowns and one pick. But, those are the growing pains of a young quarterback.
The Eagles knew what had happened in Buffalo so when the head coach looked around the locker room at halftime, he used it as inspiration for his team. He showed that he does have the ability as a passer on the final two drives. However, he did show potential in the fourth quarter, as he attempted an improbable comeback and drove the Ravens down the field multiple times. He said Monday that the two were offering words of encouragement to Jackson throughout the game.
"I'm really good with the special-teams guys", Gordon said.
"Heck, yeah, it is special", Rivers said after beating the Ravens, as quoted on Boston.com.
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