Ravens QB Lamar Jackson reflects on not taking advantage of opportunities in AFC Championship loss

The Baltimore Ravens had Super Bowl aspirations for their 2023 season, but saw them cut short after losing to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game. The 17-10 loss was extremely disappointing, especially due to the fact that the team had plenty of opportunities to get themselves back in the game and even win it.

“It’s crazy. We had some opportunities out there. We’ve just got to take advantage of them. [We] can’t turn the ball over, fumble, [throw an] interception [or] stuff like that. That gave them opportunities to put points on the board and win the game. We get in that red zone, [and] it’s been our touchdown all season. We’ve just got to finish, and we didn’t do a good job on finishing. The defense did a wonderful job and held a great offense to 17 points. We’ve got to execute. We scored one touchdown, and that’s not like us. That was early on in the year. [There are] no excuses, though. We’ve got to take advantage.”

After the game, quarterback Lamar Jackson spoke to the media, where he lamented over the missed opportunities that Baltimore had throughout the game. He talked about turning the ball over, with fumbles, interceptions, and untimely plays being some of the main culprits of the Ravens’ demise.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire