Mic'd up shows Ravens turning their focus to Washington originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
The Baltimore Ravens (2-1) are coming off an extremely embarrasing loss to the defending Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs (3-0). Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson finished the game with a career-low 97 passing yards and then went on to admit the Chiefs are Baltimore's "kryptonite," after failing to defeat them for the third straight time as a starter.
The Ravens social media team released their weekly "Mic'd Up" video from Monday's defeat and the team was still in good spirits while immediately focusing on Sunday's upcoming game against the Washington Football Team.
Take a listen.
"We gotta be better bro," receiver Willie Snead IV said to Jackson. "We gotta come back ready to go."
"We good fam," Jackson responded. "That's all of us."
Assistant head coach David Culley rallied his troops for the week ahead as well.
"Hey, they whipped our butts, we didn't play good enough, period," Culley said. "You forget it in this league, correct the mistakes, whatever they are, and move on.
"We have to move on in a hurry, think about Washington."
Baltimore takes on Washington, Sunday at 1:00 p.m. at FedExField.