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Lamar Jackson led the Ravens on an 11-play touchdown drive in his first drive as a starting quarterback.
The Ravens moved the length of the field without a passing play, with Jackson rushing for 46 yards.
Jackson still has plenty to prove, but the opening drive was evidence of how dangerous he could be with the right game plan.
Lamar Jackson made his first start for the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, and it didn’t take long for the 2016 Heisman Trophy winner to get going.
With regular starter Joe Flacco out with a hip injury, Jackson’s impact on the Ravens’ game plan was immediately apparent, as Baltimore chose to start their opening drive with 11 straight rushing plays.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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