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Lamar Jackson suffers a concussion throwing away a pass after a bad shotgun snap

Frank Schwab
·1-min read

In the span of just a few plays on Saturday night, the Baltimore Ravens fell apart.

The Ravens trailed 10-3 late in the third quarter but put together a long drive. A 101-yard interception return by the Buffalo Bills was a big swing in the game.

Then it got worse.

On Baltimore’s next possession, Lamar Jackson was chasing a bad snap that went over his head. He had just enough time to fire it out of bounds, but took a hard hit by two Bills defenders as he threw it. Jackson laid on the turf injured as officials dropped a penalty flag for intentional grounding. Jackson was diagnosed with a concussion and ruled out.

That was the final play of the third quarter, and when the NBC broadcast came back it showed Jackson running back to the locker room with a trainer. Tyler Huntley was in as the Ravens’ quarterback on the first play of the fourth quarter, and Baltimore punted after Huntley ran on a third-and-long.

Jackson took a few hard hits from a Bills defense that blitzed often and was focused on containing him in the pocket. The biggest hit sent him back to the locker room to start the fourth quarter.

Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Addison (97) sacks Baltimore Ravens' Lamar Jackson (8). (AP Photo/John Munson)
Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Addison (97) sacks Baltimore Ravens' Lamar Jackson (8). (AP Photo/John Munson)

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