Ravens fans made it very clear how they felt about the team’s quarterback woes during Sunday’s Wild Card Round game against the Chargers, with Lamar Jackson struggling immensely through three quarters of play.
Jackson completed only 2-of-8 passes for 17 yards through two quarters of play, and the Ravens found themselves down 20-3 early in the fourth quarter. It was at that point that fans had had enough, and they actually began booing Jackson after he took a sack.
Not only that, they had begun chanting for Joe Flacco just before that as well.
Jackson did lead the team on a 6-1 run, which was just enough to get them to the playoffs. So while he struggled on Sunday — in his first career playoff game, as many do — he did his job well this season.