Ravens, Chargers fans fight in stands during National Football League playoff game

So it seems pretty obvious that the soon-to-be 34-year-old has suited up as a Raven for the last time. I think I've said before, he's like having another coach back there. "That banner goes up in that building, and when we come back and visit, we were a part of that group". There was even a chant for Flacco, the former Super Bowl MVP who was on the sideline as Jackson's backup.

Jackson struggled mightily for most of his playoff debut.

Whatever scenario plays out, the New England Patriots are going to have to get a solid performance from their offensive line. The defense picked off three Bobby Hebert passes - two by cornerback Eric Allen, one by linebacker Seth Joyner - and Reggie White sacked the Saints' quarterback for a safety.

"You either with us or against us real spill", he wrote. Larger than the shadow of the Patriots is that of National Football League playoff history which isn't too kind to teams that start the postseason on the road. Because they whistled the Gordon play dead, they disrupted any chance the Ravens had at scoring a touchdown on the play. The Cowboys just draw that big of a crowd, and their dramatic style of play has made for must-see TV.

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"If he wants me back, I'm here", Weddle said Monday. As the Ravens fan lands a series of brutal blows, the two other clashing men fall onto fellow spectators, tumbling down a couple of rows in the stands, but continuing to fight. "And then when I go out there and get the extra point or the field goal, that makes more of a difference than a lot of people know".

"We'll always be remembered in Ravens history", he added, noting that the Ravens were "the No. 1 defense and 2018 AFC North champs".

After going just 2 of 8 in the first half with an interception, Jackson ended up going 14 of 29 for 194 yards (thought only 139 net passing yards), two touchdowns and one pick. He was 11 of 19 for 169 yards two touchdowns over the game's final 9:23 after they allowed him to make plays outside the pocket despite a pedestrian group of receivers with average running backs almost led them back from a 23-3 fourth quarter deficit.

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