If you’re the Tennessee Titans and you’re looking for help on how to stop Lamar Jackson, then you might want to listen to what Ed Reed has to say.
Basically, there really is no simple answer on how to do it.
“The first thing: you have to have the personnel group,” Reed said in an exclusive interview with WGN-TV. “You have to have the guys who can really play your scheme and play their ass off.”
“It’s tough to beat Baltimore with all the weapons they have,” Reed added. “It’s not just Lamar, but Lamar is a special guy. He’s doing everything he’s supposed to do with the ball. That “it” factor — he is it.”
The best way to stop Lamar Jackson is to limit how often he is on the field of play and that can be done with their stout run game as Derrick Henry has been on a tear all season. Just ask the Patriots in the Wild Card round.
Over the first 15 games of the season, the Ravens QB ran for 1,206 yards, threw 36 touchdown passes and led Baltimore to 13 wins and a 1st-round bye.