Ravens fan fight ends with brawlers falling down rows

Ravens fan fight ends with brawlers falling down rows

Ravens fan fight ends with brawlers falling down rows

During the Ravens' wild-card matchup against the Chargers, fans began booing rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson as he struggled in his postseason debut. Joe Flacco is a veteran who won the team a Super Bowl, and he sat there on the bench as Jackson played like garbage for three quarters.

The Chargers' star running back Melvin Gordon caught an Uber ride from a diehard Ravens fan and took to some good natured, light-hearted smack talking with a twist: the driver had no idea who Gordon was. After the road win in Baltimore to open the postseason, the Chargers will have to fly across the country for the second straight week to take on a Patriots squad that was the only National Football League team to notch a ideal 8-0 home record during the regular season. "With the team we've got, as long as I can go out there and get my side of the job done, we're definitely a threat, so it's awesome". Overall, Brady was sacked three times. He also had the game-sealing fumble in the final minute of the contest.

Weddle, who turned 34 this past week, has one year left on a four-year, $26 million deal he signed as a free agent with the Ravens in 2016. If the Chiefs prevail, Bill Belichick and crew will have to travel to Arrowhead Stadium. But, if Jackson is your guy going forward, and all signs indicate that, then you have to let him grow through the mistakes, even in the playoffs.

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Six-time Pro Bowl safety Eric Weddle doesn't see his playing future as a complicated issue.

The Saints outplayed the Eagles in the first half - they had a 14-4 advantage in first downs, a 250-121 edge in yardage - and they extended their lead to 20-7 on a Morten Andersen field goal early in the third quarter. With 13 tackles for loss and 15 quarterback hits, the Ravens should want to bring back his production. Both of them, as well as Javorius "Buck" Allen and Ty Montgomery, are pending free agents. He has 1,057 yards and 12 scores through 29 career games. It doesn't seem likely that Baltimore will make a big splash in free agency at this position but chances are there will be a new face or two in the backfield picture by the time training camp opens.

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