Baltimore Ravens: Lamar Jackson made history because the Ravens made a huge comeback against the Indianapolis Colts

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The 24-year-old shot a career-high 442 yards and four touchdowns as the Ravens recovered from a 25-9 trailing behind the Colts with less than 12 minutes left in the fourth quarter. .

He threw two touchdowns to tight end Mark Andrews in the fourth quarter to reach the level of the Ravens.

Although the Colts had a chance to win the game later-kicker Rodrigo Blankenship missed a 47-yard field goal over time-Jackson’s first in overtime Leading the Ravens off the field in the game, with an unforgettable victory to lock in this unforgettable victory. A five-yard touchdown passed to Marquis Brown.

In the face of a tired Colts defense, Jackson scored 22 unanswered points, and he entered the record book on three counts.

He became the first quarterback in the NFL to complete 85% of passes in 400 yards. He became the first player in NFL history to pass 400 yards, 4 touchdowns, no interceptions, and rush for 50 yards. He also has the highest completion rate in 40 passes in NFL history (43 passes 37 times, 86% completion rate).

The Ravens coach John Harbaugh praised him very enthusiastically after the game.

“This is one of the greatest performances I have ever seen,” he told the media.

The star QB just said he was in the area.

“I was just locked in,” Jackson said. “I am calm, everything is moving slowly. I just play the game once.”

Although the Ravens won their fourth consecutive game, for the Colts, this was another disappointing result after their outstanding performance.

Quarterback Carson Wentz, who signed with the Philadelphia Eagles in the offseason, played his best game in the Colts uniform, completing 25 of the 35 passes and achieving 402 yards and two touchdowns.

The Colts’ game also looked energetic, with Jonathan Taylor and Malone Mike breaking through the Baltimore defense.

However, the usually reliable Blankenship injury cost the Colts because he missed two field goals — including a potential 47-yard game winner — and an extra point.

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After the game with the Ravens, Blankenship knelt on the court.
He told the media that every time he waved his leg, he would feel a “severe tingling”, which was an injury that occurred during the warm-up before the game.
“Obviously, this had an impact on him, but I believe he can survive,” Colts coach Frank Reich said. “We have no other answers.”

Despite the good performance, this means that the Colts are now 1-4, ranking third in the AFC Southern Division, and will face the Houston Texans at home next.

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