OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Baltimore Ravens are officially Lamar Jackson‘s team.

Jackson was named the starting quarterback for Sunday’s match against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Joe Flacco will serve as copy, coach John Harbaugh announced Wednesday.

Because Flacco dealt with a hip injury, for fourteen days, Jackson has started. But using Flacco recovered, the Ravens are sticking with Jackson because the team believes that the newcomer pick gives the very best chance of winning and reaching the play offs to Baltimore.

“Every decision is based on which makes us the strongest possible team we may be. That’s exactly what it boils down to,” Harbaugh said. “That’s how we experience the particular decision and we’re rolling.”

Flacco, 33, who headed the Ravens to the Super Bowl XLVII title following the 2012 season, has never been a copy within his 11-year career. He acknowledged he wasn’t amazed with the demotion.

“My overall thought about is obviously disappointed I can’t participate in this team at exactly the same capacity I have already been for quite a while,” Flacco explained. “You also have to be ready and keep sharp and plan to find the telephone anytime “

Jackson has gone 3-1 in his first 4 starts and it has pulled the Ravens in the playoff hunt with a identity.

“I didn’t actually have an answer to if he had been telling me,” Jackson said of being named a starter. “I only know I have to concentrate on every thing a lot more to enhance myself.”

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