Lamar Jackson is the NFL Most Valuable Player

Lamar Jackson is the NFL Most Valuable Player

Last updated on February 10th, 2024 at 08:56 am

Quarterback Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens is the NFL Most Valuable Player. Thus, he became the 11th player to win the MVP award more than once. His first MVP trophy came in 2019. Also, he received the award during the NFL Honors ceremony.

With the NFL’s top-scoring offense under Jackson’s command, the Jaguars went 13-4 and earned the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs. He also led the league in touchdown passes. Ultimately, the Kansas City Chiefs beat Baltimore in the AFC title game.

According to bookie pay per head experts, passing yards (3,678) and completion percentage (67.2%) were career highs for the Ravens quarterback. In addition, he set new marks with 29 touchdowns and 821 running yards in the regular season.

NFL Most Valuable Player and Other Awardees

Lamar Jackson is the NFL Most Valuable PlayerThe league announced the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2024 earlier. This group will consist of the following players: Devin Hester (wide receiver/returner), Randy Gradishar (linebacker), Patrick Willis (defensive end), Steve McMichael (defensive tackle), and Patrick Willis (linebacker). On August 3, in Canton, Ohio, there will be an induction ceremony into the Hall of Fame.

According to sports news for bookies, Joe Flacco of the Cleveland Browns quarterbacks team was named NFL Comeback Player of the Year over Damar Hamlin of the Buffalo Bills defense. In the last five games of the season, the Browns were led to a playoff spot by the 39-year-old Flacco, who threw for 1,616 yards and thirteen touchdowns.

After the New York Jets’ dismal 2022 season, it appeared like Flacco’s playing days were finished. But he was back in the NFL in November after signing with the Browns’ practice squad. The team needed aid with injuries, and he was able to contribute. On December 3, he made his season debut.

After having a cardiac arrest in January 2023, Hamlin returned to the field this season, although with a heavy heart. Last season, while playing for the Bills, Hamlin took a hit to the head and chest region while making a tackle and collapsed. Hamlin required resuscitation and defibrillation after doctors and trainees administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) when he lost his pulse. He stayed in a Cincinnati hospital for more than a week while being supported by a ventilator. It was a good time to be betting on the underdog when we see him return to the field.

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