RAVENS LAMAR JACKSON IS NFL MVP, PRESCOTT 2ND, THEN MCCAFFREY!

By Max Harper

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson made NFL history at last night’s NFL Honors ceremony by winning The Associated Press’ NFL Most Valuable Player award for a second time.

At 27, Jackson is the youngest two-time NFL MVP since the merger, beating out Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes by just over nine months.

Jackson was the landslide winner, receiving 49 of the 50 first-place votes to fall one shy of another unanimous selection. For the 2019 season, Jackson joined Tom Brady as the only players to get all 50 first-place votes for MVP.

Voting results for the 2023 NFL MVP award, as selected by The Associated Press in balloting by a nationwide panel of media. Voting is on a 10-5-3-2-1 basis.

VOTESPOINTS
Lamar Jackson, Ravens49-0-1-0-0493
Dak Prescott, Cowboys0-17-13-11-6152
Christian McCaffrey, 49ers0-17-12-11-4147
Brock Purdy, 49ers0-9-5-12-1397
Josh Allen, Bills1-5-11-3-680
Tyreek Hill, Dolphins0-2-6-9-1460
Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs0-0-2-2-212
Matthew Stafford, Rams0-0-0-2-04
C.J. Stroud, Texans0-0-0-0-44
Myles Garrett, Browns0-0-0-0-1

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