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Ravens’ Lamar Jackson Doesn’t Hold Back On Texans’ CJ Stroud

CJ Stroud made quite an impression in his debut playoff game, showcasing his skills by completing 16 out of 21 passes, which is an impressive 76 percent completion rate. He threw for an impressive 274 yards and scored 3 touchdowns during the AFC Wild Card game against the Cleveland Browns.

As we look ahead, the Houston Texans are gearing up to face the Baltimore Ravens in the upcoming AFC Divisional round.

During a recent press conference, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson shared his thoughts on CJ Stroud, who is a strong contender for the Rookie of the Year award.

“From my experience, he played a lot better than I did from my rookie game, I’ll say that. He did great. He did great.”

It’s worth noting that these two AFC teams squared off in the season-opener earlier in the regular season. However, both teams have shown significant improvement since then, making this upcoming matchup even more intriguing.

The Texans have a standout rookie in Stroud, whose performance has been nothing short of incredible. On the other hand, the Ravens boast Lamar Jackson, who is likely to earn his second MVP title, a formidable running and passing game, and one of the NFL’s top-ranked defenses.

In summary, this AFC Divisional round promises to be a captivating showdown, pitting the rising star C.J. Stroud against the seasoned and accomplished Lamar Jackson. Football fans can expect an exciting and closely contested match between these two talented teams.

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