The Baltimore Ravens picked up their seventh win of the season in a scintillating 49-10 win over the Cincinnati Bengals yesterday. Quarterback Lamar Jackson was nearly flawless, posting a perfect passer rating in the process.
It certainly looks like Jackson is executing Ravens head coach John Harbaugh’s gameplans perfectly. A recent look at the two on the sidelines shows how just how well they work together.
The Ravens shared a video with audio of Jackson and Harbaugh talking on the sidelines late in the win. Jackson expresses some concerns to Harbaugh, only for the Ravens head coach to praise his quarterback for his leadership.
The two share a touching moment of how much they love and respect each other before Harbaugh points out how quickly Jackson has become a national icon.
Jackson ended the conversation by saying “But right now, I gotta get to the Super Bowl.”
"You changed the game, man."
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 11, 2019
Jackson has been the catalyst for one of the best seasons the Ravens have had in years.
He’s on pace for over 3,600 passing yards and over 1,200 rushing yards, which would shatter the record for rushing yards by a quarterback.
But as Jackson outlined in the conversation with Harbaugh, he cares more about the team than his own stats.
We can tell. And it’s quite a sight to behold.