Lamar Jackson runs for 79-yard touchdown to push Ravens’ lead to 35-14

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Lamar Jackson bet on himself, turning down a five-year extension worth over $250 million with $133 million guaranteed. He now is playing on his fifth-year option in the final year of his contract.

Jackson is proving his worth by the week.

A week after passing for 213 yards and three touchdowns, Jackson has three touchdown passes to go with 118 rushing yards and a touchdown against the Dolphins.

After the Dolphins cut the Ravens’ lead to 28-14, Jackson ran 79 yards, untouched to the end zone. It was the longest touchdown run of his career and gave him his 11th career 100-yard rushing game.

Miami’s second half touchdown came on a 14-yard pass from Tua Tagovailoa to Mike Gesicki with 7:52 remaining in the third quarter. The Dolphins had a chance to cut the deficit to a one-score game but punted after getting only one first down in six plays.

14 responses to “Lamar Jackson runs for 79-yard touchdown to push Ravens’ lead to 35-14

  1. Tua certainly isn’t on the same level as Jackson or Mahomes.
    Looking forward to the next Tyreek Hill podcast.

  2. Lamar is getting outplayed by Tua who has over 420yds and 5TDs!

    @ Chiefs fan in LA, too late, besides one game doesn’t mean anything. The Dolphins have tied the Ravens at 35 – 35 and Tua is outplaying Lamar with >420yds and 5TDs! Then there’s the fact that Lamar has regressed the last 2 seasons with his passing TDs dropping by 10 per year, last season he only threw 16TDs and 13INTs compared to 36TDs and 6INTs his second season, that isn’t worth a huge contract. Lamar is really over-valuing his worth, that’s why he needs an agent to pull him back down to reality.

  3. I love all these people crowing about how great Lamar Jackson is. Looks like A REAL QUARTERBACK is gonna win this game. But hey….enjoy Lamar’s highlights. Bwahahahahaha!!!!

  4. Is this the same ravens team that won every game that dosent matter??? Your defense lost that one when it matters

  5. mackcarrington says:
    September 18, 2022 at 3:45 pm
    Tua certainly isn’t on the same level as Jackson or Mahomes.
    Looking forward to the next Tyreek Hill podcast.
    ____________

    You are right, he is better than Jackson

  6. Lamar did all that would be expected in a QB to win a game. Our defense in the second half was horrible.

  7. I can certainly eat crow for my comment about one game.
    But don’t act like you all saw that coming.

  8. Mackcarrington- First, thanks for being a man about it. What is really strange is Yes, Lamar Jackson and even Justin Herbert are better QB’s, but this is a team sport and Tua lead a team win… the others have all the stats and a loss. I didn’t see it coming, but that is what makes the game so great. Honestly, both teams need some Defensive practice this week.

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