June 13, 2024

BALTIMORE, MD - JULY 31: A general view of the Baltimore Ravens logo during training camp at M&T Bank Stadium on July 31, 2021 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images)

“There’s a formula” section where a former player talks about beating Lamar Jackson.
An ex-athlete claims that “there is a formula” to defeat Lamar Jackson.

In addition, a victory would be the Baltimore Ravens’ first trip to the Super Bowl since their 2012 Lombardi Trophy victory.

Despite finishing statistically poorer than in previous years, the Chiefs have proven to be a very formidable team, largely due to the play of their defence in recent games.

Although Jackson has performed like the MVP favourite, offensive guard Taylor Lewan of the Tennessee Titans told Kay Adams of FanDuel TV on the “Up & Adams” programme that there is a way to stop Jackson in the field.

Lewan stated, “The Ravens are a fantastic team, but there’s a formula to beat Lamar.” “Unfortunately, it’s forcing him to throw the football and move from east to west.”

Lewan would be aware following his Titans team’s victory over the top-seeded Ravens in 2019—Jackson’s first MVP season—and their near-victory in the AFC playoffs in 2020.

In short, the success of the Ravens offence stems from the versatility of Jackson, who can perform both inside and outside the pocket.

In Todd Monken’s offence, he has demonstrated that he can pass the ball proficiently and has unmatched rushing ability.

Lewan, however, asserts that Jackson isn’t nearly as adept at throwing the ball when he scrambles. This could be because his natural tendency is to tuck the ball and use his legs to avoid defenders rather than look for an open receiver.

Although most opponents haven’t been able to stop Jackson this season, the Chiefs have a decent enough defence to try this tactic.

 

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