Lewis on Lamar Jackson: QBs don't run forever
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“Quarterbacks don’t run forever in the NFL,” Lewis said after his team’s 24-21 loss in Baltimore. “Sooner or later, they get hurt, and they don’t run the same. But today he could run, and he did a good job.”
The Ravens say Marshal Yanda didn’t spit “on anyone,” despite video evidence that he did spit on the Bengals’ Vontaze Burfict.
Stomach pains and the Bengals’ D couldn’t derail a historic debut for Jackson, who even played a little “defense” on a referee after his first win.
In his first NFL start, Lamar Jackson set a Ravens quarterback single-game record with 117 yards rushing in a 24-21 victory over the Bengals that essentially saved Baltimore’s season.
In his first start, Jackson ran 27 times (including three kneel-downs at the end of the game), which were five more than any quarterback since 1960, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. His 117 yards rushing were the most by a quarterback