The Baltimore Ravens dominated the Washington Redskins 53-24 in the BW Madden Bowl III. Lamar Jackson was the game MVP with 4 touchdowns in the air.
Jackson was 28-49 for 449 pass yards, tossing 4 touchdowns along the way. In rare fashion, Jackson only had 22 yards on the ground. His 115.0 passer rating was exactly the performance that Baltimore needed. Jackson and “Hollywood” Brown proved why their one of the top pass-duos in the league. Brown had 8 receptions for 179 yards and 1 touchdown.
On the other bench, Dwayne Haskins threw for 264 yards and two touchdowns, going 22-45 passing. His low passer rating could be a concern for Coach Gunn and staff going into the off-season. Haskins could not fend off the pressure from the Ravens front 7. That pressure caused Haskins to throw 3 interceptions under the bright lights of Tampa Bay.
With a rather pedestrian passing game under center, you could expect limited success from the receivers. Terry McLaurin led Redskins receivers with 88 yards on 6 receptions. 2nd man from Alabama, Tyrell Bradford had a break out game nabbing 5 catches, 60 yards, and a touchdown. Washington’s bright spot came from the backfield as their young back shined. Rookie RB from Clemson, Rob Howard moved for 114 yards on 7 carries. He grabbed an early first quarter touchdown.
History for Judon, the NFL
Ravens linebacker Matthew Judon set the league record with 6 sacks in the Super Bowl. As the leader of the Ravens defense, Judon has had to shoulder the load. The Ravens have clearly committed to Judon and with his recent performance, that doesn’t seem to be a mistake.
Howard Wants the Load
Redskins RB Rob Howard has proven himself in his rookie year. Fighting through injury and the early stages of depth chart management, Howard has had an uphill battle. After his powerful appearance in the Super Bowl, you could expect to see more of him next season. This off-season may be about building around him.
ChristBLiftedUp (CBLU) dominated us (BrianJamesLive). It’s scary because he didn’t have to rely on the wheels of Lamar Jackson to win. CBLU only ran with Lamar for 22 yards and ripped BJL’s defense to shreds.
Going into the next season you can expect CBLU to continue the reign. Jackson, “Hollywood”, and others combined with CBLU’s football acumen will be unbeatable.