Lamar Jackson refuses to be sacked, runs 48 yards for amazing TD instead (video)

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Liz Roscher
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Lamar Jackson is a special player. The Baltimore Ravens quarterback has the kind of talent that can change a game in a matter of seconds.

He did just that against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. For most of the first half of the game, the Ravens struggled. They trailed 10-0 after the first quarter, and Jackson even threw an interception.

Down 10-3, and staring down a third-and-nine with under three minutes left in the second quarter, Jackson showed why you can never count him out. Facing pressure after the snap, Jackson had to run to avoid a sack. And then he just kept on running right into the end zone for a game-tying 48-yard touchdown.

He evades a tackle, makes a sharp direction change, and he’s gone. The most any Titans defender could do was feebly push him near the end zone, which ended up sending him over the right side of the pylon.

Jackson’s got speed that teams just can’t prepare for.

How can anyone prepare for that? The Titans certainly tried.

And they failed. Give Jackson a foot and he’ll take the entire field. His wheels tied the game, and the Titans should have learned by now: You can’t stop Jackson when he gets going.

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