For the most part, Lamar Jackson doesn’t seem like he wants to lose his MVP title.

For the most part, Lamar Jackson doesn’t seem like he wants to lose his MVP title.

The 2023 NFL season has been bad for attacks all around. This makes it hard to predict who will win the MVP award, which is now given to the best player on a great team.

Tyreek Hill, a wide receiver for the Dolphins, was one of many non-quarterback players to look at this year, but he’s not likely to get 2,000 yards receiving anymore, which is what he would’ve needed to get real attention.

Once again, the award is mostly for quarterbacks, which means that there isn’t a clear favorite for MVP.

Before Week 16, Brock Purdy was the favorite to win MVP, but the Ravens’ defense beat him badly, making Lamar Jackson the current favorite.

The best player award has been given to Jalen Hurts, Dak Prescott, Purdy, and now Jackson in the last month. That’s a lot of moving around.

It looks like the MVP will be the player who makes the fewest mistakes in the last few weeks throughout the season.

As the last pick in the 2022 draft, Purdy probably didn’t have a chance to win a unique MVP award because he threw four interceptions against Baltimore.

Jackson’s hard work and unique skills helped the Baltimore Ravens get the big win on the road and keep them on track to be the No. 1 seed for the AFC playoffs. This makes him the favorite to win the bet.

Unfortunately, his overall stats aren’t as good as they were when he won MVP in 2019, but it’s clear how important he is to the Ravens’ attack during games.

His presence helps the Ravens’ offensive linemen get by even though they’re not great at pass protection. He throws the ball accurately and still has the speed that makes him among the most entertaining players in the game right now.

Even if it’s a rough year, these things should be taken into account when picking the MVP of the league. Jackson and Smith are not the same kind of player, as shown by their game on Monday night, even though Purdy has had amazing stats this year.

The quarterbacks that voters have been drawn to this year are usually the ones who can keep their offense going when things go wrong.

The only person who can blame Jackson for the Ravens’ attack becoming regarded as the best in the league. He is on track to win his second MVP award because he plays on a level that not many quarterbacks do.

When QB Lamar Jackson walked out onto the field for warm-ups before the game, he heard “MVP” chants from Avis fans in Baltimore.

Jackson was named “hands down” the best player in football by his coaches and friends after the Ravens beat the 49ers 33–19.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said, “I thought Lamar had an MVP match.” “That kind of performance takes a team, but it takes somebody to play at who level—to play at an MVP level—that has to be a player.” Lamar did everything on the field.

Jackson won the MVP award by vastly beating 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy in a match between two teams with the best records in the league.

Johnson threw for 252 yards and two scores against the 49ers’ pass rushers the whole game. He also ran for 45 yards, which led Baltimore in the game. For Purdy, it was the worst game of his career as he threw four errors.

ESPN BET said that on Monday night, Purdy was the favorite to win NFL MVP and Jackson was in second place. Jackson became the clear favorite for MVP (-180 points) after the game, with two weeks left in the regular season.