Lamar Jackson's first red zone INT returned for 101-yard TD originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
Lamar Jackson's first career red zone interception came at the most inopportune time – the NFC divisional round.
During the third quarter of the Baltimore Ravens' playoff bout with the Buffalo Bills, Jackson threw a bad interception to Taron Johnson in the end zone that resulted in a 101-yard Bills touchdown.
Up to that point, the Ravens were driving with some momentum. All signs were pointing to the Ravens cutting into a seven point deficit – Johnson had other ideas.
Jackson later suffered a hit in the fourth quarter that forced him from the game and into the concussion protocol.