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Lamar Jackson wins AFC Offensive Player of the Month for November

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These numbers are ridiculous

Baltimore Ravens v Los Angeles Rams Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images

After winning three out of four AFC Offensive Player of the Week awards in November (he was robbed of the fourth), it comes as no shock to see the Ravens franchise quarterback earn the AFC Offensive Player of the Month award.

It’s now time to look back and stare at these ridiculous numbers put up by Jackson.

Lamar Jackson Nov. 2019 stats

Week Opponent Attempts Completions Completion %age Yards Pass TD INT QBRating Rushes Rush Yds. YPC Rush TD Fumbles Lost
Week Opponent Attempts Completions Completion %age Yards Pass TD INT QBRating Rushes Rush Yds. YPC Rush TD Fumbles Lost
9 Patriots 17 23 73.9 163 1 0 107.7 16 61 3.8 2 0
10 @Bengals 15 17 88.2 223 3 0 158.3 7 65 9.3 1 0
11 Texans 17 24 70.8 222 4 0 139.2 10 79 7.9 0 0
12 @Rams 15 20 75 169 5 0 139.4 8 95 11.9 0 0

Averages

  • 77.0 completion percentage
  • 194.3 passing yards
  • 3.3 passing TDs
  • 136.2 QB Rating (158.3 is perfect)
  • 75 rushing yards
  • 8.2 Yards Per Carry

Also, this was against some of the NFL’s heralded top-flight defenses and he produced all of this without a single interception or lost fumble.

I don’t have every four-game stretch by a quarterback or offensive player in front of me but I’m confident this is one of the better ones in history. What is also shocking is this being Jackson’s second year in the league and he’s only 22 years of age. If this young man continues to progress, I’m not sure what can stop him.