Baltimore Ravens was the superior squad as they locked horns against a depleted Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 12. However, an upset on the cards for Lamar Jackson and Co. surely did not go down well with fans.

Lamar Jackson
Lamar Jackson

With the team losing in heart-breaking fashion 28-17 in stunning fashion, there was one fan in particular whose reaction went viral. To those who missed the video – a teenage supporter was seen shouting and crying in agony following the Ravens’ defeat. He couldn’t believe that his favorite team lost to a Jacksonville Jaguars’ side, who has been very inconsistent.

Upon watching the video, Baltimore Ravens’ main-man – Lamar Jackson delivered a one-word message, indicating his feelings to the fans and in particular to that broken supporter, who keenly wanted his team to win.

Lamar Jackson in Week 12 vs Jaguars

It wasn’t the only reaction Lamar gave after the game. There as another fan who decided to call out the Quarterback for being able to close out games, if he wants to earn a salary slip more than $250 Million. This ensured that Jackson lost his temper and responded with a rather NSFW message.

Lamar Jackson
Lamar Jackson

“Boy STFU y’all be cappin too much on this app mf never smelt a football field never did shit but eat d**k!!” Jackson wrote in his tweet.

Talking about his individual performance, Jackson completed 16-of-32 passes on Sunday for 254 yards and one TouchDown. For what it’s worth, the 25-year-old went for a season-high 14 rushing attempts against the Jaguars, yet his team fell short by an inch.

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