One week after making his first NFL end-zone appearance on the ground, former Cardinal Lamar Jackson has now done through it the air.

Unfortunately, the Ravens couldn’t get it going against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, but with the game out of hand Jackson got a chance to take over under center and he more than made the most of the opportunity.

Jackson led the offense down the field on a seven-play, 64-yard drive that ended in a superb 26-yard touchdown pass to rookie tight end Hayden Hurst.

On the day, Jackson finished with 46-yards on 4-of-5 passing with the one touchdown. He had 26-yards on the ground on just three carries.

We’d all like to see more of Lamar, but I think Baltimore has done a great job easing him in throughout his rookie season.

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