When the injury report surfaced on Monday for the Ravens, QB Lamar Jackson was featured with a quad injury. It was a bit of a surprise, but one Jets fans definitely didn't mind seeing, as the possibility of having him sidelined would give New York a greater chance to upset Baltimore on the road.
But Jackson killed that hope real quick on Tuesday.
"I feel great, I feel good. I'm 100 [percent]. I'll be out there Thursday night," Jackson told reporters.
The Jets know they'll be dealing with the leading MVP candidate on Thursday, with Jamal Adams -- who is a gametime decision with his ankle injury -- saying, "Is he going to win MVP? For sure."
Jackson has lit up every team he's faced, whether it's through the air or with his legs. He has 2,677 passing yards on a 66.3 percent completion rate with 28 touchdowns to six interceptions. And he just eclipsed 1,000 rushing yards last week against the Bills. He has seven touchdowns on the ground, and some of which feature devastating jukes and spin moves.
So the Jets will get the full Ravens treatment on the road Thursday night with No. 8 out there looking to add to his highlight reel.