First off, Happy Birthday Lamar Jackson!
Now onto business.
We all saw what Lamar Jackson did this season. He was a human joystick, cheat-code, a blur, and whatever else you can think of to describe Jackson's play this season. The spin-moves, jukes, runs, and throws have him in line to win the MVP Award.
In case you live under a rock, here's what Jackson was able to do just with his legs this season.
On top of getting the Ravens to their first ever No. 1 seed throughout the playoffs, Jackson was able to break Michael Vick's single-season rushing record by a quarterback, rushing for over 1,200 yards in just 15 games. To go along with all the rushing yards, he also ran for seven touchdowns and threw for over 3,000 yards and added 36 passing touchdowns.
If that doesn't scream MVP, I don't know what does.
On the final day of the regular season, Jackson was 22 years and 356 years old. Should he win the MVP, he will join Jim Brown as the only players in NFL history to win the MVP Award before the age of 23.
What makes Lamar Jackson so likable though, is he doesn't care about any of that. All he cares about is his team and a Super Bowl.
The NFL MVP Award will be given out on February 1st, a day before the Super Bowl. When Super Bowl weekend is all said and done, Lamar Jackson very well could be an NFL MVP, Super Bowl champion, and even a Super Bowl MVP.
That would be one hell of a weekend for the second year quarterback.