Check out Lamar Jackson’s 48-yard rushing TD in first person

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If anyone has wondered what it looks like through Lamar Jackson’s eyes when he scampers, you’re in luck. The Baltimore Ravens posted a video to Twitter that gives an idea of what it looks like to actually be on the field during a game.

According to Intel’s website, their True View system uses a bunch of different cameras to capture data. It’s then all combined together to create an approximation of what a first-person view would look like. In the case of this Ravens’ video, it allows us to see plays as though we’re Jackson, Jihad Ward, and L.J. Fort.

Take a look and get a chance to experience some highlights, like Jackson’s 48-yard touchdown run, as you’ve never seen before:

Jackson found the end zone on a 48-yard run late in the second quarter to give the Ravens momentum when they desperately needed it. Jackson’s touchdown run was also the second-longest by a quarterback in the Super Bowl era.

The Ravens’ Twitter account should remain busy throughout Jackson’s career, as more plays like this are expected from the 2019 NFL MVP.