Lamar Jackson misses final two plays of Ravens’ loss with injury
The Baltimore Ravens lost quarterback Lamar Jackson at the most pivotal part of Sunday’s game.
Jackson was sacked on a second down play in overtime with the Ravens trying to drive to tie or win the game. He appeared to land awkwardly on his lower left leg and remained down for several moments before leaving the field to be replaced by Robert Griffin III.
Lamar Jackson injured trying to avoid sack. RGIII in the game w the game on the line.
— Mike Jones (@ByMikeJones) December 9, 2018
Griffin threw incomplete passes on both third and fourth down, and the Ravens ended up losing to the Kansas City Chiefs 27-24.
Jackson had a concussion scare a week ago, but it turned out to be minor. Ultimately, even if the issue doesn’t prove to be serious, there wasn’t enough time for the Ravens to evaluate and treat it and get him back in the game.