By Ben Sullivan
Lamar Jackson completed 22-of-38 passes for 236 yards and one interception in the Ravens’ 17-10 loss at the Steelers.
Jackson was on-target throughout the day, but his receivers dropped a lot of his passes.
Jackson’s lone interception came late in the fourth quarter with the Ravens up 10-8, when a failed attempt at a jump ball to OBJ in the end zone landed in the hands of Joey Porter Jr. for the pick.
Jackson would fumble on the ensuing possession with the Steelers up 14-10, ending any hope the Ravens had at a comeback.
Jackson added 45 additional rushing yards, but that wasn’t enough to salvage a disappointing fantasy performance.
We’ll see if he can bounce back in Week 6 when the Ravens take on the Titans in London.