The Ravens' season has been a fairy tale so far this year. They've got the AFC No. 1 seed locked up, boast the highest-scoring offense in the league and are favorites to win the Super Bowl.
Ahead of the playoffs, the local Baltimore media voted on Ravens' team MVP. To nobody's surprise, the winner was...Mathew Judon?
Right before the winner was announced, Judon jokingly stepped on to the podium to accept the award, much to the amusement of everyone in the room.
Obviously, the actual winner was league-MVP frontrunner Lamar Jackson, who's earned first-team All-Pro honors as well. In addition to Jackson, five other Ravens were All-Pro, four of them being first-team.
Jackson won the team award unanimously. Judon is a stud himself, earning Pro-Bowl honors this season for the first time in his career.
These playful antics are emblematic of the team bond formed throughout the year. Whether it's Justin Tucker breaking out the 'Bop' dance or Mark Ingram doing just about anything, the Ravens have been winning in the most fun way possible.
While the shattered records and league honors are nice, the Ravens' sole focus is on the Lombardi trophy.
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