Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh disagrees with Lamar Jackson when it comes to the Ravens falling short during the playoffs despite an incredible regular-season finale.
During a call to reporters earlier this week, Harbaugh addressed Jackson’s comments on a podcast the week before, expressing the opinion that the team had underestimated the Tennessee Titans before the AFC playoffs of the year. past.
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“That’s what happened in the playoffs, and we ended up losing to the team that people had favored us for,” Jackson said, according to an ESPN report. “It is a given Sunday. You cannot underestimate any team, no opponent and that is what we did. … They took us by surprise. That was all.”
But Harbaugh thinks it is much simpler than that.
“I don’t think we have taken them lightly personally. We just didn’t play well, ”he said, according to ESPN.
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“If you want to go back and repeat it, we can do it,” said Harbaugh. “But we will try to be a better team in that circumstance at the end of the season, just like we try to be a better team.” throughout the season and we were very successful with that. “
Harbaugh went on to say that he respects Jackson’s view of the loss and that the difference of opinion “does not bother me.”