Lamar Jackson Earns His Second Career NFL MVP Award

Lamar Action Jackson Does It Again!
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Baltimore Ravens quaterback Lamar Jackson sets history at the NFL honors ceremony.

Jackson won his second NFL MVP award Thursday night at the NFL honors ceremony, and while he was at it he rewrote the history books. Lamar Jackson had a 3 year college career at Louisville from 2015 until the 2017 season and was nothing short of impressive. In his 3 seasons with the Cardinals he put up 9,043 passing yards, 4,132 rushing yards and was responsible for 119 touchdowns, 69 through the air and the other 50 on the ground. During his 2016 season he set NCAA history becoming the first quaterback to record over 3,300 passing yards and 1,500 rushing yards in one season. After his historic season he earned the Walter Camp Award, Maxwell Award and the highest award in college football the Heisman Trophy.

Lamar Jackson entered the 2018 NFL draft and was drafted 32nd to the Baltimore Ravens. In the 2019 season he had 3,127 passing yards and 1,206 rushing yards and was the winner of the NFL MVP award with a unanimous vote. Then again this season he had 3,678 passing yards with 821 rushing yards. Lamar received 49 out of 50 votes last night to win the award for the second time in his career. Jackson is now the only Heisman winner to receive the award twice and the only NFL quaterback to have 2 seasons of 3,000 passing yards and 800 rushing yards. At only 27 years old he has had an extremely impressive career and will continue to rewrite history for years to come, after all they don't call him Action Jackson for nothing!