How do you explain Lamar Jackson & the Ravens’ recent struggles? | (debatable)

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Welcome back to (debatable). On today’s show, Pablo Torre, Mike Golic Jr. and Charles McDonald break down the biggest stories from the NFL and college football this weekend! How do you explain Lamar Jackson and the Ravens’ recent struggles? Should Gardner Minshew start over Jalen Hurts next week? Is Alabama the clear favorite to win it all? Was Oklahoma State one yard away from making the playoff? Plus, an NBA legend criticizes LeBron, a new photo of Zion emerges, and the Patriots take on the Bills tonight!

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