Jackson had a rough game yesterday.
The Baltimore Ravens were eliminated from the playoffs when they lost their AFC wild-card game to the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday, 23-17. At one point in the game, the Ravens were down by 20 points but came within six after two touchdowns from quarterback Lamar Jackson. Before those touchdowns, Jackson was having an abysmal game, and the Ravens fans began to boo him, at one point asking for Joe Flacco to replace him.
After the game, Jackson's teammates came to his defense, expressing their displeasure with the Baltimore fanbase.
According to ESPN, left tackle Ronnie Stanley also commented on the boos, saying "As a football player, an athlete, a competitor, [we] sacrifice our whole lives to be in this position. We love our fans and everything they've done for us, but there are going to be good times and there are going to be bad times, and we expect your support in all of those times. If you're not going to support us, then you've really got to question yourself on that one."
Jackson also commented on the chants and said "They were looking for better in us. We didn't perform well. It happens sometimes."
The Chargers will take on the New England Patriots next weekend in the AFC Divisional Round.