Lamar Jackson wouldn't be MVP favorite if it wasn't for Seahawks' Wilson

The NFL MVP race appears to be between two quarterbacks on two of the best teams in the NFL: the Seahawks' Russell Wilson and the Baltimore Ravens' Lamar Jackson. Wilson, now in his eighth year, is having by far his best statistical passing season. He leads the NFL in passing touchdowns with 23, is eighth in passing yards with 2,737, is tied with Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers for fewest interceptions thrown among qualifying quarterbacks with two and is sixth in completion percentage among passers with at least 250 attempts, completing 68.5 percent of his attempts. While Wilson has been the presumed MVP favorite for most of the season while guiding the Seahawks to an 8-2 record, Jackson has

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