The Baltimore Ravens are a model of sustained success after clinching a postseason spot in three of the last four seasons.
But despite their consistency, they still have their share of detractors because they only have one win in four playoff games.
Part of the criticism is their perceived run-first offense because of quarterback Lamar Jackson.
However, former Raven Marquise Brown clarified that it isn’t the case.
Facts! The Narrative they tryna create on my dawg is ridiculous, He can run the show in any type of offense he just so happen to be in the one he in and doing it at a top level ! And Every Wr whoever played with him knows that..🐐 https://t.co/fH8ZUZ2pW9
— Hollywood Brown (@Primetime_jet) July 14, 2022
Brown tweeted, “Facts! The Narrative they tryna create on my dawg is ridiculous, He can run the show in any type of offense he just so happen to be in the one he in and doing it at a top level ! And Every Wr whoever played with him knows that.”
He posted this in response to a Twiter user who said, “Add some context. Hollywood Brown wanted out sure. Ravens are run first offense. Yall act like he wanted out because of @Lj_era8. Don’t try to create that false narrative and @Primetime_jet never said anything of the sort @undisputed.”
For the record, Brown never cited Baltimore’s offensive system as the reason for his trade.
While the true reason may never be known, Brown was dealt to the Arizona Cardinals in exchange for Arizona’s first-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.
In return, the Ravens also added a third-round pick to complete the transaction.
Jackson Is One Of The Top Quarterbacks In The NFL
Contrary to the recent poll by ESPN among NFL coaches, players, scouts, and executives, Jackson should rightfully have a spot among the top ten players at his position.
He is a former league MVP and has led the Ravens to 37 regular-season victories.
He can also affect the game in many ways, be it through the pass or the run.
It’s that versatility that makes him one of the best among the lot.NEXT: Marlon Humphrey Reveals His Favorite NFL Player