Quarterback Lamar Jackson hurt his mind throughout the Baltimore Ravens’ divisional-round NFL playoff match against the Buffalo Bills on Saturday night and didn’t return.
Jackson was hurt in the end of this next quarter when his head struck the turf and his neck snapped backward. He walked into the locker room under his own power and has been put to the league’s concussion protocol. As the clock ticked down, the Ravens declared Jackson was performed for the match.
Rookie backup QB Tyler Huntley game to the match for Jackson together with all the Ravens down 17-3.
Jackson was hurt on the driveway after he threw a Select Six to Bills cornerback Taron Johnson. The defensive back returned 101 yards for a touchdown, tying a playoff record. The rating put Buffalo up two touchdowns.
Baltimore’s only score came on a Justin Tucker area objective. However, Tucker had missed two field goals earlier in the match.
He had been 17-for-24 using 179 passing yards and an interception. He had 136 yards on the floor along with a rushing touchdown. It had been his first-career playoff triumph after getting removed the two preceding seasons in their original matches.