Ryan Clark and Dan Orlovsky praise Lamar Jackson's performance against the Chiefs in big moments. (1:07).
Orlovsky: Lamar was by far the best player in the game against the Chiefs (1:07).
OWINGS MILLS (Md. Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens quarterback, hasn't been discouraged from flipping into the end zone yet again, even though it is still hard to believe that he was able to do so after his first touchdown in the NFL.
Jackson said Wednesday, while stretching his arms. Coach John Harbaugh would have probably said something to Jackson about flipping next time. I didn't want Coach to know. It's not clear, but I would do it again.
Jackson smiled again and said, "It's pretty cool."
Jackson made a spectacular aerial maneuver to punctuate Sunday's victory over the Kansas City Chiefs by performing acrobatic moves during the fourth quarter. However, he didn't land the landing. Jackson admitted that he had fallen hard on his backside.
Harbaugh did not see Jackson's celebratory acrobatics. He learned about them from Ingrid, his wife.
Harbaugh stated Monday, "Then, I heard his hip hurt and I was like, I'm not shocked,'" Harbaugh added.
In the future, Jackson may be permitted to flip?
Harbaugh stated, "As long you hold on to the ball," "As long it leads to a touchdown."