"As soon as he throws a touchdown pass and runs for a 10-yard gain - when he ran for 50 yards in the backfield - everyone's going to be cheering".
Smiling at the camera, Gordon then asked the driver his thoughts on the Chargers' ability to move the ball on the ground.
Suggs has been the heart and soul of the Ravens defense for years, and he helped lead them to their first division championship in six seasons.
Badgley set a franchise record for field goals in a playoff game. He finished with two sacks, a forced fumble and recovery, and two QB hits to go with seven total tackles, including two for a loss. Lawrence Guy also managed to block a field goal.
Los Angeles came up with an interesting scheme to slow Baltimore. They had a great year at the same time as a division rival.
With the usual defensive playcaller, linebacker Jatavis Brown, out for the season after suffering an ankle injury last week, the Chargers replaced him in the lineup with starting safety Jahleel Addae and brought in second-year pro Rayshawn Jenkins to play deep safety for Addae. Midway through the fourth quarter, Jackson was 3-of-10 for 25 yards and an interception. Given one final chance to complete the comeback, the 21-year-old looked every bit like the youngest quarterback to start an National Football League playoff game when he lost the ball on his third fumble of the game.
"I could pick up on their snap count, pick up on the tempo and stuff like that", Butler said.
"He's real fast", Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said about Jackson. "They can run him down a little bit or at least catch him".
"If they want to go in a different direction, I'm not going to go play for another team", said Weddle, who turned 34 on Friday.