Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was glad after clinching his first-ever win over the Kansas City Chiefs but noted that it’s just one game and they now have to focus on their next opponent.
Jackson completed 18-of-26 passes for 239 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions and also ran for 113 yards.
Jackson made a number of big plays with his legs, including a fourth-and-1 at its own 43-yard line with one minute and five seconds left to go.
The play Jackson made with just over a minute to go sealed a thrilling 36-35 win for the Ravems.
“It feels good to get that monkey off of our back,” said Jackson, whose three of eight regular-season losses have come against Kansas City. “We’ve got to move on to Detroit now. We didn’t win the Super Bowl yet; it’s just one game. We’ve got to just keep staying focused.”