Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson confident he'll play vs. Cleveland Browns

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Lamar Jackson is certain that he's playing.

Jackson missed a game due to an illness, but is expected to start against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday night.

I'm feeling good. Jackson said it was great. Positive. It is certain. "No relapses, man."

Jackson attended all of the meetings on Wednesday. He expects to have a full practice Wednesday.

"I think I'm back to normal," Jackson said. I want to just go. I don't want to be limited by my coach or limit myself.

He has 888-405-7720 888-405-7720 That's the second-highest Total QBR of any quarterback against a single opponent since the metric was first tracked.

Jackson missed two days of practice last week because he was sick, but he came back for a full practice on Friday. He missed Sunday's win at the Chicago Bears because of symptoms.

Jackson said he was sweating in his sleep and had no idea what happened from Friday to Saturday. I got fatigued. I got a chill. I was out of it. I'm doing well now. I'm feeling great.

Jackson was so sick on the flight that he didn't realize the plane had landed. Jackson was in the locker room with his jacket around him.

Jackson was happy when Tyler Huntley led the Ravens to a game-winning drive in the final minute.

Jackson said that when he did the last drive, he felt better.

The Ravens and the Browns are playing in an important game. According to the Football Power Index, the Ravens have a better chance of capturing the AFC North if they win. The chances of Baltimore winning the division decrease if it loses.

Jackson is 14th in the NFL in passing and eighth in rushing.

He has missed more time because of illness than injury. He was out for practice by illnesses.

Jackson said that he was not worried about it because he had been healthy all his life. I've never had a problem with being ill until I'm here. I don't know if that is true. Hopefully, that's over with.