Lamar Jackson and his Baltimore Ravens fell short against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, but the young quarterback still provided a hysterical highlight after the game.
During his postgame press conference, Jackson was asked if he felt banged up after seeming to stand up slowly on a play when he was knocked out of bounds.
The 22-year-old’s face told the whole story, but he went a step further to prove just how good he felt. Jackson ran in place at the podium before shrugging and giving a simple, “I’m good.”
Though the Ravens have lost two straight, Jackson has largely been a bright spot on his first season as a starter, setting multiple records en route to a 2-2 record. The 2018 Heisman Trophy winner has posted a 109.4 passer rating through the first four weeks of the season and became the youngest quarterback ever to achieve a perfect passer rating, in Baltimore’s Week 1 victory over Miami.
Jackson has also set the Ravens record for most touchdown passes in the first two games of a season and became the first player in league history to throw for more than 250 yards and rush for 120 yards in one game.
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