The Jets and Ravens fans got into a massive brawl in the cheap seats of MetLife Stadium, and the video is trending on the internet. Some massive brawls among fans also went down on Sunday afternoon via TPS;
Sunday afternoon around the NFL was filled with football and fighting.
The latest comes from MetLife stadium where the New York Jets were hosting the Baltimore Ravens.
Lamar Jackson threw three touchdown passes in his first action since a season-ending injury last year to lead the Baltimore Ravens to a 24-9 victory over the host New York Jets on Sunday at East Rutherford, N.J.
In the cheap seats of the stadium, an argument had erupted between both fan bases. Those war of words soon turned to fists being thrown from everywhere.
As far as the game, the Jets got cooked.
Lamar Jackson is betting on himself to cap another big season with a huge payday. The Baltimore Ravens’ star quarterback certainly got off to a terrific start.
Jackson threw three touchdown passes, including two to Devin Duvernay, and the Ravens rolled past the New York Jets 24-9 on a rainy Sunday in the regular-season opener.
“He played a patient, veteran quarterback game,” coach John Harbaugh said. “He was in control of everything.”
Jackson went 17 of 30 for 213 yards, including a TD to Rashod Bateman, and had one interception. The performance came hours after ESPN reported that Jackson turned down a five-year extension offer worth more than $250 million — with $133 million guaranteed at signing.
Jackson denied the ESPN story when asked after the game by the outlet’s reporter whether he turned down a $250 million guaranteed contract: “With a guarantee? No. No, there’s no truth to that.” And then Jackson was whisked away from the podium by a Ravens media relations staffer.
Baltimore general manager Eric DeCosta said in a statement Friday the sides would keep working on an extension after the season. Jackson, entering his fifth-year option on his rookie deal, gave the Ravens even more to consider.
Jackson didn’t run much on Sunday, just 17 yards rushing on six carries, but he didn’t need to because Joe Flacco and the Jets offense struggled to get anything going.
Flip to the next page to watch Jets fans beating up some kids and the various brawls that went down on Sunday afternoon…