Lamar Jackson, who missed action due to injury, was spotted at Baltimore Ravens‘ sideline during their Sunday Night Football game against the Pittsburgh Steelers

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After complaining of a knee sprain in the Week 14 match against Denver Broncos, the 25-year-old quarterback has not taken to the field and sat for a fourth consecutive match. After some last moment heroics, the Ravens had edged out the Broncos 10-9 in the match.

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However, several social media users trolled the quarterback for his look. 

“Lamar Jackson looks like a state trooper #SNF #RavensFlock #Steelers,” a Twitter user said. 

“Lamar Jackson HAPPY ON THE SIDELINE With His Teammates 🔥🔥🔥🔥,” another one added. 

“Lamar Jackson chillin on the sideline,” a third one said. 

Playing at the M and T Bank stadium, the visiting Steelers raced off to a 3-0 lead in a relatively slow first quarter. However, the Ravens struck back hard in the following quarter where a touchdown by quarterback Tyler Huntley meant that the Ravens took the lead for the first time in the match.

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The Ravens led 10-3 at half-time.

Justin Tucker increased the lead for the visitors in the third quarter to make the score 13-3. Najee Haris gave a brief respite to the Steelers with a 15 yard carry with approximately 10 minutes remaining in the quarter to bridge the gap to seven points (6-13).

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The all AFC North battle can turn out to be critical for deciding the winner of the division, which is currently being led by the Cincinnati Bengals. However, irrespective of the group victory, the Ravens are guaranteed a spot in the playoffs, thanks to them being ahead in the race for the wildcard spots.