Congratulations once again to the Ravens QB, Lamar Jackson, winner of the Pro Football Writers Association’s Most Valuable Player, and Offensive Player of the Year Award.
A record setting season for Lamar Jackson earned him this well-deserved recognition, and there’s more to come. Jackson became the first player in NFL history to pass for more than 3,000 yards and to rush for more than 1,000 yards in the same season. Jackson’s 1,206 yards on the ground set the single-season rushing record by a quarterback. He had five games with at least 100 yards rushing, the most by any quarterback in one year. With a league leading 36 touchdown passes, Jackson led the Ravens to the NFL’s best record (14-2) and a second straight AFC North championship. He also led in total touchdowns (43) and rushing average (6.9 yards per carry), and he had the most games with five touchdown passes in a single game (3).
So proud of you, Lamar. And do NOT fret, cos you will only get better. Love this kid!!! May God keep you safe, young man!