Lamar laments 4-INT performance: 'I looked like a rookie'
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson endured his worst performance of the season during Sunday's 16-10 win over the Cleveland Browns, throwing four interceptions for the first time in his career.
Jackson, who is on pace for a career-worst 20 interceptions, had nothing positive to say about his play after reviewing film from the Week 12 matchup.
"Bad passes, inaccurate, underthrown passes. That's all I seen. Bad reads," Jackson said Wednesday, according to ESPN's Jamison Hensley. "I looked like a rookie."
Jackson missed the previous game due to an illness, but the signal-caller said his recent poor health wasn't a factor after practicing all week in full leading into the Browns game.
"No excuses," he said. "That was just a bad performance. Four interceptions. Hope that never, ever happens again. Not ever."
Despite Jackson and the offense struggling as a whole lately, the 8-3 Ravens remain in the driver's seat for the AFC North and in contention for the conference's No. 1 seed.
Baltimore will go on the road to play the 5-5-1 Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
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