Lamar Jackson suffers a concussion throwing away a pass after a bad shotgun snap

In just a few games on Saturday night, the Baltimore Ravens fell apart.
The Ravens were 10-3 behind at the end of the third quarter, but made a long journey. A 101-yard interception return by the Buffalo Bills was a big push in the game.
Then it got worse.
At Baltimore's next possession, Lamar Jackson had a bad snapshot that went over his head. He had just enough time to fire it out of bounds but was hit hard by two Bills defenders when he threw it. Jackson was lying injured on the lawn when officers dropped a criminal flag for deliberate grounding. Jackson was diagnosed with a concussion and ruled out.
That was the last bit of the third quarter, and when the NBC show came back Jackson ran back to the locker room with a trainer. Tyler Huntley was the Ravens quarterback in the first game of the fourth quarter, and Baltimore stumbled after Huntley completed a third and long run.
Jackson took a few hard hits from a Bills defense that flashed often and focused on keeping him in his pocket. The biggest hit sent him back to the locker room to start the fourth quarter.
The defensive end of Buffalo Bill's Mario Addison (97) dismisses Lamar Jackson (8) from Baltimore Ravens. (AP Photo / John Munson)
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