If there was anyone who still doubted just how good Lamar Jackson is, and there can’t be that many left now, he put on yet another dazzling display this weekend.
Amid an incredible all-round performance, the Baltimore Ravens quarterback pulled out one moment in particular that highlighted his brilliance.
As if someone, somewhere, was controlling him on Madden, the former Louisville man pulled out a computer game spin-move during a 47-yard touchdown that left Cincinnati Bengals defenders falling over one another in their attempt to tackle him. It was just one part of an exemplarily afternoon for the potential MVP.
The Ravens ultimately won the game 49-13 to follow on from their impressive win over the Patriots and go to 7-2. They stay top of the the AFC North, with divisional rivals Cincinnati propping the division up still without a win.
Jackson completed 15 of 17 passes (88.2%), with three touchdowns and no interceptions. His 158.3 passer rating was perfect and he became only the second quarterback ever to record to perfect passer ratings in multiple games in a single season.
All that aside, it was his spin, sprint and touchdown that really got fans out of their seats.
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