You will find collective gasps once the Baltimore Ravens‘ rookie quarterback somehow eluded the pass rush in the pocket and bankrupt to get a 20-yard run.
Electric and erratic, Jackson has shown consequences in one area — victories. Jackson’s winning signature raised Baltimore to some 20-12 win over the Buccaneers.
Currently 4-1 as a starter, Jackson assisted the Ravens (8-6) maintain hold of their No. 6 seed in the AFC, putting them able to take first place in the AFC North in Case the Pittsburgh Steelers lose to the New England Patriots later on Sunday.
Despite making any throws that are off-target coughing the ball up, Jackson occasionally takes over the match with his thighs and continues to make progress. Four days after being named the starter over a now-healthy Joe Flacco, Jackson ran for 95 yards (he went 100 throughout three quarters before being dropped for a loss) and completed 14 of 23 passes for 131 yards.
Jackson’s 226 total yards were almost as far as Tampa Bay’s whole offense (241).
It’s not pretty. It’s never smooth. But Jackson repeatedly responds at the minutes and puts together time-eating pushes. Three of his chain had double handed plays: 16, 15 and 10.
Following his inaugural fumble of the season resulted in a Tampa Bay touchdown,” Jackson headed Baltimore on the 16-play, 73-yard driveway that required eight minutes away from the clock and put the Ravens ahead 7-6 onto a 5-yard shovel pass into Chris Moore.
Jackson’s most crucial driveway came after half time. In the opening drive of the second half, Jackson thew that a 17-yard pass to Mark Andrews onto third-and-7 and conducted for 22 yards to convert second-and-16. That extended the Ravens’ lead to 17-9, and the match then closed out.
One criticism is that the Ravens and Jackson took good advantage of some of their worst defenses in the NFL. That changes following Sunday, Once the multiplayer play in the La Chargers at a game that is full of playoff ramifications.