Lamar Jackson Will Become Youngest QB To Start NFL Playoff Game

Posted January 05, 2019

That means either the No. 3 Houston Texans (champions of the AFC South), four-seed Baltimore Ravens (winners of the AFC North), or Wild Card participant L.A. Chargers, the fifth seed, will visit Foxborough on the 13thof next month. Locked in at the No. 4 seed are the Baltimore Ravens, who finished 10-6. "It's definitely not the most fun position in the world". However, Dallas is on a roll, going 7-1 SU and 6-1-1 against the spread in its past eight games and now sits as a +2500 wager on the Super Bowl odds.

As for the fact that Sunday could be his final game at M&T Bank Stadium, Flacco pointed out that the Ravens could actually end up having one more game in Baltimore this year.

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"I'd say, 'You've got to get this one, ' and every time he'd make the ideal throw", said Harris, a Florida high school football coach who worked extensively with Jackson before the draft.

Of course, if there's anyone in the National Football League who understands what the Ravens rookie quarterback is going through right now, it's Flacco.

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It's always a good thing to have the top seed in the conference, but a strong case could be made for why the other five teams could make it to the Super Bowl.

For 51 years, the San Diego Chargers tried and failed to win a Super Bowl title. "So you never know".

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His advice to Jackson is to not change his routine or preparation just because it's a playoff game. Instead, their first matchup will take place during the divisional round. "I think this game comes down to who executes the best".