EVP buzz surrounding Lamar Jackson, picked up considerably after the Ravens went on the road, scored an impressive win against Seattle.
Jackson went over 100 yards rushing for the second straight game in the third time overall this year, and his nine of 20 passing line should have been better.
The Ravens dropped several of his passes that said, in Wake of that great performance.
Still think M V P Talk is premature for Jackson.
He ranks 16th in the league and pass a rating at 94.
1 for the season.
League average heading into Week seven was 91.2.
We all know his legs make him special right now while he continues to refine his throwing accuracy.
But even taking into account the fact that he's doing great work on the ground, there are still several better candidates.
Despite playing a horrible game against Baltimore, Russell Wilson has a better case, and so to do Jacoby per set into Shawn Watson.
Aaron Rodgers Numbers aren't spectacular this year, but the Packers are six and one, and they just finished off a game where Rogers had a perfect passer rating five touchdowns through the air one on the ground.
If you look at non quarterbacks.
Dallan cooking, Christian McCaffrey also have a great case, as both of their respective teams, especially McCaffrey's Panthers, would be lost without him.
Jackson does have a great chance to make his case, however.
Five of the Ravens next six games are against high quality opposition.
They'll get the Patriots, the 40 Niners and the Bills during that stretch.
Those of the top three defense is in the NFL right now by both scoring and yards.
If Baltimore goes for into are better in those games and Jackson keeps putting up numbers, he won't just be in the M V.
P discussion will be right here the front of the line.
For now, though, he shouldn't be mentioned in the same breakfast.
Wilson, Caffrey, Cook percent Watson and Rogers For your Barker.
I'm Chris Muller,