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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Four days before the Baltimore Ravens‘ wild-card game at the Tennessee Titans, quarterback Lamar Jackson made it clear that he’s determined to end all the talk that he can’t win in the postseason.
Jackson is 0-2 in the playoffs, struggling in upset losses to the Los Angeles Chargers in 2018 and the Titans last year. He is looking to avoid becoming the second quarterback in the Super Bowl era to lose a playoff opener in his first three seasons (Andy Dalton is currently the only one).
“Definitely trying to erase that narrative right there,” Jackson said Wednesday. “That’s the No. 1 [goal] right there on my mind.”
Jackson has dominated in the regular season, going 30-7 (.810). He reached 30 victories faster than any quarterback in NFL history, and he has the most wins in the league since taking over as Baltimore’s starter midway through the 2018 season.
But Jackson and the Ravens have lost by a combined score of 51-29 in the playoffs despite being at home and favorites in both games. The other NFL MVP quarterbacks who began their careers with three consecutive playoff losses are Peyton