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    Baltimore 45 Los Angeles 6

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    Lamar with five touchdowns, going 5/5 in the red zone passing and rushed for 92 yards. Who’s got the best chance of stopping the Ravens right now, if anyone?

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    Total dominance tonight...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrcarrier View Post
    Lamar with five touchdowns, going 5/5 in the red zone passing and rushed for 92 yards. Who’s got the best chance of stopping the Ravens right now, if anyone?
    Patriots and Officials working together as a team.

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    Factoid of the game.

    In fifty years of Monday Night Fiitball, Jackson is the first player with five touchdown passes in his MNF debut.

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    Lamar Jackson has changed the NFL game. Which I think the Ravens coaching staff also needs credit, because instead of trying to make Lamar Jackson fit a traditional NFL offense. They changed their whole system to fit Jackson. He basically looks like he is in college again, but now doing it against NFL players.

    Even when Michael Vick was in his prime. The Falcons still didn't really change their offense much to complete fit Vicks skill set. The Ravens have done that with Lamar, and now most likely will change the game forever. NFL teams were already adopting some things from college, but now I think we will see all teams not being afraid to go all out on adopting the offenses colleges use more.

    He is sooo good. As much as I wish the Bengals had him. They probably wouldn't have used him correct.

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    The haters have been reduced to waiting for the Ravens to lose again and waiting for Lamar to get hurt, because he's completely shut them up.

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    I honestly don’t know if LJ will “transform the league” or not. Seems like we’ve heard that before.

    Regardless, it sure is fun watching the guy play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpapa View Post
    I honestly don’t know if LJ will “transform the league” or not. Seems like we’ve heard that before.

    Regardless, it sure is fun watching the guy play.
    He won't transform the league, because nobody else can do what he's doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    Lamar Jackson has changed the NFL game. Which I think the Ravens coaching staff also needs credit, because instead of trying to make Lamar Jackson fit a traditional NFL offense. They changed their whole system to fit Jackson. He basically looks like he is in college again, but now doing it against NFL players.

    Even when Michael Vick was in his prime. The Falcons still didn't really change their offense much to complete fit Vicks skill set. The Ravens have done that with Lamar, and now most likely will change the game forever. NFL teams were already adopting some things from college, but now I think we will see all teams not being afraid to go all out on adopting the offenses colleges use more.

    He is sooo good. As much as I wish the Bengals had him. They probably wouldn't have used him correct.
    I agree completely with what you said about Baltimore’s coaching staff.

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    I totally agree that Jackson will change the way teams draft and design offenses. John Harbaugh's staff has done a great job on offense, defense, and special teams. Fun to watch. As an aside, do people start to question last year's genius Sean McVey? They've looked pretty average to me. I do think they are dinged up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    The haters have been reduced to waiting for the Ravens to lose again and waiting for Lamar to get hurt, because he's completely shut them up.
    At least Booger McFarland changed he tune.

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    I thoroughly enjoy watching Lamar Jackson play. Love the side arm throw he had working last night. I like seeing Mark Ingram flourish in this offense too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    He won't transform the league, because nobody else can do what he's doing.
    Stephen A. and Marcus Spears are having this conversation on Firdst Take. To paraphrase:

    SA: LJ is the MVP but I'm not convinced he's the best QB. He can't throw the ball like a traditional MVP quarterback. What happens if he loses a step?

    MS: You're thinking in the past. This is new.

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    Injury is the only thing that can stop him.

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