Lamar Jackson staked his claim to the MVP with a brilliant video game-like touchdown run
AP Photo/Frank VictoresLamar Jackson broke out a brilliant spin move on a 47-yard touchdown run that baffled the Cleveland Bengals defense. Jackson finished the game not only with his impressive runs but with a perfect passer rating, becoming the first player in NFL history to put up a perfect passer rating twice in the same season. After some doubted his ability to play quarterback at an NFL level, Jackson is now one of the front-runners to win MVP. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
"Not bad for a running back," Lamar Jackson had quipped early in the season, silencing any doubters who still believed he was not cut out to play quarterback in the NFL.
Since then, Jackson has established himself as not just one of the most talented quarterbacks in the league, but as a potential MVP-winner, and on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, he once again made his case for the award.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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