A BALTIMORE Ravens player apparently blamed his sister for Sunday’s playoff loss.
Marlon Humphrey wasn’t happy with his sister Breona’s tweets during the game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
The wild-card duel between AFC North rivals was ultimately decided by a crazy 99-yard fumble return.
Sam Hubbard collected the loose ball and ran it all the way back from the Bengals’ one-yard line for a touchdown.
Cincinnati won 24-17 thanks to Hubbard’s goal.
And Breona tweeted her admiration for the Bengals star during the game.
She wrote, “Wow Sam Hubbard kinda good.”
And Marlon replied, “Look at why we lost right here. It’s your own flesh and blood. I want emancipation.”
The Ravens were without starting quarterback Lamar Jackson, who has not played since Dec. 4.
Jackson injured his knee in Week 13 but fans were surprised he didn’t make the journey to support them from the sidelines.
One fan wrote: “Couldn’t even be available on the sidelines to help your boys? Be there to hype the boys and show support?
“I thought you were for the team and the fact that you’re not out there makes me question the fact that you already want to leave.”
Another wrote, “Why shouldn’t Lamar Jackson even travel with the team and show up to support them… he’s the QB starter and rumored to be a leader.”
Jackson’s future is in the stars after he turned down a new contract last summer.
He’s played in the final year of a rookie deal this season and faces a summer of uncertainty.
Following Sunday night’s loss to the Bengals, Jackson posted a cryptic message online.
He wrote: “You take no chances of losing it. You don’t neglect it. When you have something good, you pour into it. you appreciate it
“Because if you take care of good, good will take care of you.”
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/7159139/marlon-humphrey-breona-nfl-baltimore-ravens-cincinnati-bengals/ Ravens player slams sister and claims playoff loss was due to her ‘thirsty’ tweet eyeing opposing players