If there was any team that truly shut down Lamar Jackson since he entered the league, it was the Miami Dolphins. Miami took a huge gamble and used a zero blitz scheme in the hopes Jackson wouldn't beat them deep. 

The strategy worked, as Jackson completed just 60.5% of his passes for 238 yards with a touchdown and an interception in the 22-10 victory for Miami -- the fewest points Baltimore ever scored in a Jackson start. Jackson was limited on the ground, too, with just nine carries for 39 yards as the Dolphins blitzed on 61.9% of his dropbacks, the fourth-highest of any quarterback in a single game in 2021.

Even with Miami's success against Jackson last season, Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel knows he's developed more as a passer since then. The Dolphins can use a Jackson decoy at practice during the week, but it's easier said than done. 

"You try to use a couple different people. But the bottom line is, you're not going to replicate it," McDaniel said Wednesday. "That's part of the shock and awe on game day. ... He's the most dynamic athlete for sure, at that position.