Lamar Jackson is tired of the lack of support he receives from the public on Twitter
Due to several drops, mistakes, and the secondary forgetting how to cover towards the conclusion of the game, the Ravens lost another game they had in hand.
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Lamar Jackson destroyed an online abuser with a befitting reply.
He let a fan have it when he tried to put the blame on LJ. Following the team’s 28-27 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, Baltimore Ravens star Lamar Jackson wasn’t about to sit back and let online bullies destroy his day even more.
After the close loss, Jackson sent out a few tweets to express his feelings. He tweeted a clip of a Ravens supporter losing it after his team fell to the New York Jets as a quote. He used the tornado emoji in his same response to the video.
Lamar Jackson is fed up pic.twitter.com/wUNcoHPTqn
— The Ravens Realm (@RealmRavens) November 27, 2022
Additionally, he shot back at a detractor who suggested that the Ravens should have allowed Jackson to enter free agency rather than signing him to a lengthy and costly contract. “Boy shut the f—k up, y’all on this app be cappin’ too much, mf never smelled a football field, never did s— but eat d—k,” LJ replied to that tweet.
With a one-point victory, the Jaguars were victorious.
Jacksonville’s 10-play, 75-yard drive was started by quarterback Trevor Lawrence and culminated with a 10-yard touchdown pass to Marvin Jones Jr., who miraculously managed to stay in bounds while he caught the ball. Coach Doug Pederson of Jacksonville made the decision to go for the victory after the play was officially ruled a touchdown.
With 14 seconds left, Lawrence connected with Zay Jones on the convert attempt to give Jacksonville the lead. Justin Tucker had very little chance of winning the game after Jackson drove Baltimore down the field. With 3 seconds left, Tucker attempted a 67-yard field goal, but it just missed.
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