The hurt comes from Lamar Jackson. Jackson is punishing the Ravens just as harshly as his opponents because his pain is not limited to them.

He completed roughly 85 percent of his throws while throwing for 210 yards and three touchdowns against just two interceptions in the first half of Baltimore's Week 2 contest against the Miami Dolphins.

Jackson is not to blame for Baltimore's defense's collapse in the fourth quarter, which allowed the Dolphins to rally and win 42-38.

Jackson became the only player to ever accomplish both feats in a single game by completing a 75-yard touchdown pass and scurrying for a 79-yard touchdown run.

Jackson is carrying out his own unique method, which involves flying. Even though he rushed for over 40 yards on six carries in the opening 30 minutes of the game, he isn't looking to take off and run on many of these plays.

The young star is basically out to prove to his team that they should have paid him what he wanted throughout the offseason in his contract year.

According to reports, the Ravens are reluctant to give Jackson the 200 million dollar fully guaranteed contract he wants.

A $290 million deal was purportedly turned down by Jackson just before the season began since it wasn't completely guaranteed.

He's currently expected to make $23 million this year, which is a great deal for Baltimore given his outstanding performance.

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