Lamar Jackson is “120 percent” sure he will start for Ravens versus Browns.

Lamar Jackson is "120 percent" sure he will start for Ravens versus Browns.

Baltimore’s star quarterback missed Sunday’s game due to illness

OWINGS MILLS – This time, Lamar jackson he’s at “120 percent” and he’s sure to be playing.

Three ddays after illness caused you to miss a game, Jackson returned to training on Wednesday, and is scheduled to start by the Baltimore Ravens in front of Cleveland browns Sunday night.

“I feel good. Great this time,” he said. Jackson with a smile. “… Positive. Right. No hiccups, man.”

Jackson participated in the morning simulation this Wednesday, and attended all the meetings. His expectation was for a full practice on Wednesday.

“I think I’m totally back to normal,” he said. Jackson. “I want to go out there and just play. I don’t want to go out there and limit myself or have a coach limit me.”

He is 4-1 against the Browns with a Total QBR of 85.8. That’s the second-highest Total QBR of any quarterback against a single opponent since the metric was first applied in 2006.

Jackson he missed two days of practice last week due to illness, but returned to train fully on Friday. Symptoms, however, reappeared on Saturday, sidelining him for Sunday’s 16-13 win over Los Angeles. Chicago Bears.

“I have no idea [de lo que sucedió de viernes a sábado]”, said Jackson, who added that he was sweating while sleeping. “I was just tired. I had the chills. I was out. But now I’m fine. I feel great.”

On the flight to Chicago, Jackson he curled up in a seat and was so ill that he did not realize the plane had landed. During the game, Jackson He watched from the dressing room, wrapped in his jacket.

JacksonHe nonetheless celebrated when the backup quarterback Tyler huntley led to Ravens to a winning 72-yard drive in the final minute.

“When he completed that last series, I felt like he was no longer sick,” he said. Jackson.

The Ravens (7-3), leaders of the AFC North, they receive the Browns (6-5) in an important divisional game. If the Ravens win, your chances of capturing the AFC North improve to 72 percent, according to Football Power Index from ESPN. Yes Baltimore loses, his chances of winning the division stay at 39 percent.

A candidate for Most Valuable Player, Jackson is located N ° 14 in the NFL in passing yards (2,447) and eighth in rushing yards (639).

He has lost more time in his four-year career due to illness than injury. In the current season, he has missed practices due to three separate illnesses.

“I do not worry about it because I have been healthy throughout my life,” he acknowledged. Jackson. “I never had a problem with being sick until I got here. I really don’t know what it is. I hope it’s over.”

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