'Too Raw, I'm Good!' Ravens' Lamar Jackson Not Watching Super Bowl?

On Sunday, the Chiefs beat the 49ers 25-22 in Super Bowl LVIII, and Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson said he wasn't going to watch.

The Ravens were unceremoniously bounced out of the NFL postseason tournament with a 17-10 loss to the Chiefs two weeks ago, ending their Super Bowl hopes for this season. 

On Sunday, the Chiefs beat the 49ers 25-22 in Super Bowl LVIII, and Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson said he wasn't going to watch.

"Too raw, I'm good. I don't wanna watch the game," Jackson said via social media.

It's certainly understandable that Jackson might have a sour taste in his mouth. His team's performance in the AFC title game did the same thing for most Ravens fans.

But on Sunday it was the Chiefs and 49ers who took center stage in Las Vegas and gave fans a thriller of a game.

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But for Jackson and Baltimore, it's another season of "wait til next year." And since there's just one Super Bowl winner each season, 31 other teams are saying the same thing.

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