Lamar Jackson, the quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens, is aware of the pain felt by the supporters following their humiliating Week 12 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.

He is equally upset given that he gave it his all, just like the Ravens fans are after the shocking 28-27 loss. Jackson made this very plain as he reacted to a video that went viral showing a fan essentially resigning after Baltimore lost.

Following the Ravens’ loss, the video appeared to show a little fan screaming and sobbing in misery. He was so furious that his keyboard broke in half because he couldn’t believe that his favorite team had lost to the Jaguars of all teams.

Jackson’s response to watching the footage was a simple “same.”

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But if Lamar Jackson’s annoyance isn’t obvious, his other response to a critic ought to make it crystal clear. Jackson responded with a somewhat NSFW post after a Twitter user pointed out that the star quarterback should be able to win games if he’s asking for a $250 million salary.

Boy STFU, y’all be cappin’ too much on this app, mf has never smelled a football field and has never done anything but eat d**k! Jackson responded in writing.

Lamar Jackson reacts to Ravens fan going berserk after loss to Jaguars

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Jackson deserves credit for the fact that the Ravens’ fourth-quarter meltdown was not his fault. It was the defense that fumbled the ball against the Jaguars despite the offense giving them a nine-point lead in the fourth quarter. How else could they have tolerated Trevor Lawrence’s two late touchdowns?

 

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