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Watch: Lamar Jackson catches own pass during AFC championship

It turns out Lamar Jackson can throw and catch the football at the same time.

Jackson, the likely 2024 NFL MVP, had a stellar throw and catch during the second quarter of the Baltimore Ravens’ home game against the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC championship game Sunday.

Jackson winded up for a check down to running back Justice Hill on his left side, but the pass was tipped into the air by Chiefs safety Justin Reid.

Luckily, Jackson thinks quickly on his feet. With the ball in the air, Jackson ran under it to make the catch and proceed up the field for 13 yards.

Jackson was credited with a 13-yard throw, and a 13-yard completion on the play.

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And it brought up old memories of a notorious quote by Tom Brady’s ex-wife Gisele Bündchen, who once said: “My husband cannot (expletive) throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time.”

Take that, Gisele.

Bündchen’s quote came after Super Bowl XLVI, where the Patriots lost to the New York Giants for the second time in 2012.

Unfortunately for Jackson and the Ravens, the play did not help them score against the Chiefs. They quickly punted four plays later after Jackson had two incompletions.

The Chiefs lead the Ravens 14-7 at halftime.

This post appeared first on USA TODAY

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