“I’m Angry”: Lamar Jackson Wipes Off Defeated Tears as Ravens QB Eyes 12-Month Comeback

The Baltimore Ravens' chances for a Super Bowl were dashed on Sunday, January 28, when the Kansas City Chiefs upset them 17-10 in the AFC Championship Game. 

The Ravens fell one game short as their offense was shut down and quarterback Lamar Jackson was unable to guide the team through all of its blunders.

After the game, Jackson addressed the media about the disappointing loss. Jackson's statement may be summarized as "I'm not frustrated at all, I'm angry about losing."

The Athletics' Jeff Zrebiec covered the postgame and wrote, "Jackson: 'We're just angry. "We understand how hard we worked to get here."

According to many measurements, the Ravens will be deemed a failure by the majority of people. Jackson may be upset about falling short, but he is still proud of his team.

He informed the media, "We got all the way to this point. Our aim is short; we got here, but we have to finish next time, but I am really happy of my team."

When questioned about the future, Jackson told the reporters, "We're going to build this offseason, get better, grind, and try to be in this position again, but from the other side.

"The game story may represent a "what if" scenario for the Ravens. Every time Baltimore appeared to gain momentum, a key mistake shifted the momentum back to the Chiefs.

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