The Broncos coach Vic Fungio today objected to Baltimore’s last Sunday’s game in which the Ravens chased down quarterback Lamar Jackson to extend the team’s 100-yard rushing game.
The Broncos turned it into a quarterback with three seconds left.
The Ravens grabbed their 20 yard line and instead of kneeling to end the game, Jackson ran five yards to the left as time ran out.
“Yeah, I thought it was a kind of bull, but I expected it from them,” Fengyu said. “Thirty-seven years in proball (as a coach) and I’ve never seen anything like it. But it was to be expected. And we expected it.
Why did Fengyu, who was on John Harbaugh’s first Baltimore staff, expect this?
“Because I only know how they work,” Fengyu said. “That’s the way they operate – the safety of the players is secondary.”
Asked if he saw the coyote play dirty all over the game, Fengyu said: “I’m sure there were some, but I can’t give you the number.”
Responding to the comment, Harbaugh told Baltimore Media: “I thought we were on good terms. We had a good conversation before the game. But I promise you, I will take this insult a second. I will not give. What is meaningful to us is not necessary for them.
Harbaugh Ravens plans to send a video of one of Jackson’s most successful films to the league office for review.