Stephen A. calls Lamar Jackson ‘Michael Vick 2.0’ ahead of the Ravens-Chiefs matchup | First Take

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Stephen A. calls Lamar Jackson ‘Michael Vick 2.0’ ahead of the Ravens-Chiefs matchup | First Take

On First take, Stephen A. Smith and Ryan Clark debate whether Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson needs a statement win against Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.

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