Ravens set on avenging Super Bowl loss, aim for momentum and playoff success

Lamar Jackson’s response to opening with Chiefs: It didn’t bother me

As the Ravens prepare to take on the Chiefs in their first game of the 2024 season, they are determined to avenge their loss in the AFC title game last January. The rematch has been a long-time coming for the Ravens, who have had a chip on their shoulder ever since that defeat.

Quarterback Lamar Jackson has stated that the loss to the Chiefs was a motivating factor for the team throughout the offseason, and he is focused on making it back to the Super Bowl. However, he also emphasizes that their ultimate goal is not just winning one game, but stacking up wins throughout the season.

At a recent press conference, Jackson mentioned that while facing the Chiefs in the season opener is significant, their focus remains on getting back to the playoffs and achieving success once again. The Ravens are more concerned with building momentum and positioning themselves for another shot at glory, regardless of who they face in Kansas City.

While a win in Kansas City would give them an early advantage in the conference standings, it doesn’t necessarily mean they will be going all the way to Super Bowl. But it’s clear that this rematch holds special significance for Baltimore and they are ready to give it their all on opening day.

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