Lamar Jackson: Ravens will see Patriots again this year

Ryan Hannable
November 06, 2019 - 1:03 pm

Sunday night was one of the biggest wins of Lamar Jackson's career, as his Ravens beat the Patriots, 37-20. 

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It was New England's first loss of the season and the 37 points scored were 60.7 percent of the points opponents had scored against the Patriots going into the game.

While it was a big win for Baltimore, Jackson believes he will see Tom Brady and the Patriots again this season.

"When I was on the field, it wasn't hitting me," he said on Showtime's "Inside the NFL" on playing Brady. "I'm trying to compete. When I touch that field, my goal is to come out with victories and that's what I wanted to do. Like I said, I didn't care who I was playing against, you know? Tom Brady, the G.O.A.T. of all G.O.A.T.s, six Super Bowls, 20 years doing it, the guy's still playing like he's a second-year player, a third-year player like he's a young guy in the league and still you can't take nothing from him. It was crazy.

"I know we're going to see him again, so we've just got to prepare."

Of course, if Baltimore plays the Patriots again this year it won't be until the playoffs.

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