June 24, 2024

BALTIMORE (AP) — The Ravens have the league’s best record.

After annihilating the San Francisco 49ers last Sunday, Baltimore is suddenly regarded as the league’s top club, the championship favorite, the top dogs rather than the underdogs.

However, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is unconcerned about the attention. He tries to keep a modest profile and avoid the spotlight of high expectations.

Outside of the locker room, he has no control over the focus. However, outside of Owings Mills, the Ravens are seen as champions in the making and the team most likely to win the   Trophy.

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The Ravens (12-3) have been fuelled by disdain, and they would prefer to keep it that way.

“I believe we’ve got a bunch of guys who have been doubted, a bunch of guys on our team who have things to prove – on both sides of the ball,” Jackson said. “So, I believe that whenever we are the underdogs, we will always rise to the occasion.” But we must remain focused in order to do this.”

Jackson said the Ravens are “locked in” for their game against the Miami Dolphins.

Former Raven Qadry Ismail will join Mark Viviano at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday at 11 a.m. for our “Purple Pregame” broadcast.

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