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Ravens QB Lamar Jackson named MVP, Offensive Player of Year by Pro Football Writers

While clearing out their lockers the Ravens players reflect on what went wrong in the Titans' game.

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson on Wednesday was named Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year by the Professional Football Writers of America.

The award adds to the list of postseason honors for Jackson, who was also named first-team Associated Press All-Pro.

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Jackson, in his first full season as a starter, threw a league-high 36 touchdown passes in leading the Ravens to the NFL’s best record (14-2) and AFC’s top seed. He also broke Michael Vick’s single-season rushing record for a quarterback.

Jackson joins running back Jamal Lewis in 2003 as the only Ravens to be named PFWA MVP and Offensive Player of the Year.

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The NFL will announce its annual Associated Press awards on Feb. 1, the day before Super Bowl LIV, with Jackson the presumptive pick to be named AP NFL MVP.

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