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WATCH: Absolutely brilliant TD pass from Lamar Jackson

Vincent Frank
NFL: Baltimore Ravens at Las Vegas Raiders
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson had it going big time against the Las Vegas Raiders in their season opener Monday night.

The former NFL MVP completed nine of his first 13 passes for 111 yards and a touchdown while adding 16 yards on the ground through the first quarter and half of the game. His performance helped build a 14-0 Ravens lead.

That included Lamar Jackson going full alien on this 10-yard touchdown pass to Marquise Brown.

There’s absolutely no way to defend that type of play from Jackson. He was dancing around in the pocket like he was a member of the Radio City Rockettes.

We counted about eight seconds off the game clock from the time Lamar Jackson took the snap to the time he found Brown open in the end zone for the touchdown. Again, there’s no defending that.