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Ravens’ Lamar Jackson makes no excuses for performance vs. Browns: ‘I looked like a rookie’

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To Jackson’s credit, he made the two throws he had to make in order for the Ravens to remain in first place in the AFC North – yet knows a performance like Sunday night is unacceptable if the Ravens want to win a Super Bowl.

Jackson has averaged 261.2 passing yards per game as the Ravens have been more reliant on his arm with the season-ending injuries to their top-two running backs, but he already has 12 interceptions through 10 games – his first double-digit interception season. Over his last three games, Jackson has completed 62.9% of his passes for 669 yards with five touchdowns to seven interceptions. He’s not letting the struggles throwing the football linger, just taking it game by game and working on getting things right as December begins.

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