Lamar Jackson has already won an NFL Most Valuable Player award.
He earned that distinction by being a dual threat play-caller who can gain big chunks of yards when he takes off.
He’s such a menace that he’s the only quarterback in NFL history to have multiple 1,000-yard rushing seasons.
But four games into the 2023 season, he’s turning in another MVP-like performance amidst the Ravens’ laundry list of injuries.
His ability in keeping the team competitive earned him a supporter in FanDuel TV’s Kay Adams.
“Lamar, Lamar, Lamar, he’s keeping this team at 3-1. They haven’t hit the iceberg. He’s on pace to have a career year as a passer after tearing up the Browns’ number-one ranked defense on Sunday,” Adams said in a recent episode of Up & Adams.
Lamar Jackson to the moooooooooon!
— Kay Adams (@heykayadams) October 4, 2023
Jackson completed 15 throws out of 19 attempts for 186 yards and two touchdowns against their division rivals.
He also added two rushing touchdowns in their 28-3 triumph over the Browns.
His explosiveness as a runner is still there, despite the sprained PCL that prematurely ended his 2022 campaign.
Through four games, he has 220 rushing yards and four touchdowns.
More importantly, he has vastly improved as a passer.
Before the 2023 season, Jackson’s career high completion percentage was 66.1
But after Week 4, he has completed a whopping 74.3 percent of his passes.
He hasn’t gone below 71 percent in four games this season.
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