Na the Ravens were too reliant on a single player. And that player put too much pressure on himself to make the plays and got caught up on the moment and dug himself a hole even deeper...
Such as if he just followed his blocking on a 4th and 1 yard run, he might of had 15 yards or more....there was a hole for him, but he cut it up the field and got none.
But so far both 2nd year QBs, had the game get too big for them and pressure hurt them from maximuming their game.
I'm waiting to see what happens to Rodgers, normally he has a bad game and bounces right back up... this year he has seemed to be doubling down and losing on doing it his way. All with his arm, I hoping we see better footwork from inside the pocket.
I still think getting him outside the pocket and running more like he did in MM's scheme might help him, but I'm hoping.to save that as a surprise for the 49ers defense that struggled more with that.
In the last few days I was listening to a podcast. He said Aaron Rodgers once spoke about his first playoff game. When Aaron got on to the field he felt as if he had to be a Superman and carry the whole team on his shoulders. (That's my paraphrased version.) On his first play, Rodgers threw an interception
and he realized it takes everyone doing their best not just him.
Once upon a time Dick Vitale said he doesn't like teams led by guards who are Freshmen or Sophomores advancing very far in the college basketball tournament. They will come up again a team led by Jr and Sr who have lesser skills but more experience.
Jackson vs Tannehill was just such a case. Obviously there were other players on the teams that contributed to the win and the loss. Watch out for Jackson over the next few years.