Jackson has to be smarter than that.
For the better part of the second half of the 2018 NFL season, rookie Lamar Jackson was the starting quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens. While he isn't the best passer, Jackson had quite a bit of success with the Ravens and even led them to the playoffs. The Ravens eventually lost in the wild-card round and traded former starting QB Joe Flacco to the Denver Broncos. With Flacco gone, Jackson is now the clear cut starter and there will be quite a few expectations for him next year.
Considering Jackson's new found role, the team is expecting him to be responsible. However, Jackson was the exact opposite of responsible the other day when he posted a video of himself going 105 MPH on the highway, all while driving with one hand and no seat belt on. It's not the type of behavior you'd want to see from your starting quarterback and it appears Jackson realizes that now.
Jackson took to Twitter last night to apologize for his actions saying "I made a bad decision and will set a better example going forward."
We're just glad that Jackson is okay and has learned his lesson in all of this. Jackson has a lot of potential and it would be a shame for it to come to an end because of bad driving etiquette.