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As Lamar Jackson leaves playoff misery behind, the Ravens are happy to follow his lead

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On the play that ended all the talk, Lamar Jackson had an audience. The Ravens quarterback was in the open field, high-stepping like Deion Sanders, one strut closer to a breakthrough afternoon in Nashville, and no one seemed more interested in what came next than the guys on the sideline.

Cornerback Marcus Peters, who’d ended the Tennessee Titans’ final drive with an interception, was stalking the 33-yard run like a lion, his smack talk spitting out like a machine gun. Defensive end Jihad Ward and outside linebacker Pernell McPhee, who’d helped anchor a herculean run defense, crouched in excitement, as if they might leap back onto the field themselves.