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Ravens QB Lamar Jackson erupts against Browns after slow start

You can only keep Lamar Jackson quiet for so long.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson throws the ball against the Cleveland Browns during the first quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. Scott Galvin-USA TODAY Sports

Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson got off to a slow start against the Browns and his team was held scoreless for the first quarter. However, the MVP front runner is building momentum that could carry the Ravens through the rest of the contest.

Jackson was able to push his team to a 14-6 lead before the break and threw his third touchdown of the day midway through the third quarter to make the score 21-6. Jackson has completed 16-of-25 passes for 203 yards while rushing for 66 yards on nine carries. He has racked up 25.72 DKFP.

The Ravens have remained one of the hottest teams in football and appear poised to claim their 11th straight win against the last team they lost to. Jackson has continued to inject energy into his squad’s offense like no other.