Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens stumbled against the Kansas City Chiefs once again, losing 34-20 on Monday Night Football in a game that ended their 14-game regular-season winning streak and left them feeling stripped of their cape.
Asked how the Ravens can get over the hurdle of beating the Chiefs, Jackson interjected by saying: "Our kryptonite."
Jackson fell to 0-3 against the Chiefs after passing for a career-worst 97 yards. He's 21-1 against the rest of the NFL in the regular season.
The reigning NFL MVP, Jackson has completed 67% of his passes against the other 31 teams with a 72.9 Total QBR. Against Kansas City, he has connected on 53% of his throws with a 58.5 QBR.
The Chiefs kept Jackson off his game by blitzing him on 35% of his dropbacks, compared to 29% by all other teams, according to ESPN Stats & Information research.