The Baltimore Ravens turned in a dominant performance against the New Orleans Saints on Monday night, as the offense rode 188 rushing yards to a 27-13 victory. The Ravens defense impressed in this Week 9 showdown as well, as Marlon Humphrey and Roquan Smith held what was the No. 3 offense in the NFL to just 243 yards of total offense.

Despite the road victory in primetime, Ravens star quarterback Lamar Jackson was still upset with something after the game: His sacks.

The box score stated that Jackson was sacked three times on Monday night -- making it the third game in a row where he was sacked thrice. However, two of those sacks went for a loss of zero yards, and probably could have been categorized as scrambling attempts. Jackson said after the game that the three sacks number was "baloney."

We went back and took a look at Jackson's three "sacks" to see if they were actually sacks (courtesy TruMedia). The first recorded sack takes place with 5:12 remaining in the first quarter. Jackson fakes a handoff to Kenyan Drake, and looks to hit Isaiah Likely in the flat on the right side. Seeing that the play was well-covered, Jackson attempts to scramble up the middle, but is taken down for a loss of 2 yards.