The Baltimore Ravens gave the Cincinnati Bengals, and the remainder of the NFL, a brand new look on offense after they debuted their so-called “Heisman Package deal.”
Lamar Jackson lined up underneath middle within the second quarter with working backs Mark Ingram on his proper and Robert Griffin III on his left. Every of the gamers had received the Heisman Trophy after they had been in faculty.
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Jackson faked the handoff to Ingram and ran an possibility play with Griffin. He pitched the ball to the previous Baylor Bears quarterback and he galloped for a primary down and extra.
The Ravens would later rating a landing on the drive to go up 21-Three on the Bengals.
In response to the Baltimore Solar, the trio had been pushing the thought of the bundle for the previous few weeks and Ingram ratcheted up the stress on coaches to debut it.
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“That was dope,” Jackson mentioned, in keeping with the newspaper. “All people went for Mark. I attempted to let [Bengals defensive back Alonzo Dennard] decide to me. He didn’t. He did an ideal job with that. And I simply let RG do his factor.”
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Jackson received the Heisman Trophy in 2016 with the Louisville Cardinals, Mark Ingram received the trophy in 2009 as a member of the Alabama Crimson Tide and Griffin received it in 2011 with Baylor.