Big Truss. 

Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens’ historic season abruptly ended with a shocking defeat Saturday night, opening questions about whether the NFL’s top team struggled because of rust and postseason pressure.

In a 28-12 divisional-round loss to the Tennessee Titans, Jackson threw two interceptions and fumbled once in an uncharacteristic performance for the front-runner for NFL Most Valuable Player.

As a result, the Ravens suffered their first loss in 104 days (since Sept. 29) and became the first No. 1 seed to fall to a 6-seed since 2010.

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Baltimore also became the sixth team since the NFL playoffs began in 1933 to win at least 14 games in a season but fail to win a postseason game.

Everyone is taking shots at Lamar. 

One Hall  of Fame QB has had enough.  

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