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How to watch the best games from Lamar Jackson's 2019 MVP season

How to watch the best games from Lamar Jackson's 2019 MVP season

Missing football? Miss watching Lamar Jackson make defenders look silly? If so, Sunday is an opportunity to satisfy your craving.

Starting at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday, June 28, NFL Network will be airing some of the Ravens quarterback's best games from his 2019 MVP season. The whole afternoon and night will be dedicated to showing off Jackson's marvelous campaign.

The action begins at 1 p.m. ET with Jackson and the Ravens' statement win over the Patriots in a Week 9 primetime battle. Under the lights, Baltimore picked up a 37-20 win to hand New England its first loss of the season, Jackson only threw for 163 yards and one touchdown but showed off his versatility as he rushed for two scores.

At 4:00 p.m. ET, fans can watch Jackson's stellar performance on Monday Night Football against the Rams. Absolutely dominating from start to finish, Jackson threw for five touchdowns in the 45-6 win. After that, NFL Network will show the Ravens win over the 49ers in Week 13 at 7:00 p.m. ET. Considered a Super Bowl preview at the time, the Ravens quarterback helped the team escape with a win by using his feet. Rushing for 101 yards in what was a rain-filled game, Jackson had defenders sliding all over the field.

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Lastly, at 10:00 p.m. ET, another one of Jackson's five-touchdown games will be on display. In a Week 15 42-21 win over the Jets, Jackson threw for five scores of the third time in the 2019 season. He also broke Michael Vick's single-season rushing record during the contest. The night concluded with Baltimore clinching the AFC North, making it a perfect game all around.

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Jackson and the Ravens have their sights set on even bigger things in 2020. But until that season begins, it's always nice to relive the moments that made the quarterback's 2019 season MVP worthy. 

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Ravens DT Brandon Williams doesn't see how opposing offenses can attack their defense

Ravens DT Brandon Williams doesn't see how opposing offenses can attack their defense

Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams looks a bit different entering the 2020 season. He’s also got some teammates that look different, too. 

The Ravens added defensive tackles Calais Campbell and Derek Wolfe to the front line, meaning Williams will kick inside to nosetackle this season. He’s changed his body composition as a result, and has shaved off some fat and added more muscle.

“I’ve got to eat the greens, eat the vegetables, the broccoli and whatnot,” Williams said Friday on a Zoom call with reporters. “But, then just working on my body composition, just working on being more — not lighter — but more toned so I can play that nose and keep running the way I do. Those two additions, Wolfe and Calais, I’ve got the twin towers right next to me — those two giants. I don’t see how offenses can come at us, man.”

In order to slim down a little bit the 31-year-old ate with a more watchful eye, as he knew his body would respond accordingly during the season.

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“I’m trying to get my slim-sexy going on — you know what I’m saying?” Williams quipped. “You know, the older you get, the harder it is to get that weight off you, the harder it is to move. You have to think about the joints and all the double-teams you’re taking up and all that stuff. So, when you come in a little bit lighter, it just relieves all that pain a lot of that — I guess — nagging stuff you have to worry about early on.”

Williams had 34 tackles last season and one sack, but is hopeful his move back to the nosetackle spot after the additions of Campbell, Wolfe and draft choices Justin Madubuike and Broderick Washington will create a defensive line capable of wreaking havoc on opposing offenses. 

“Those two dudes are good, and I like what I’ve got,” Williams said. “I like my team. I like the way they look, and the new guys are coming up great. We’ve got a lot of things going for us on the D-line and I’m excited to see it.”

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A very good day for NFL tight ends George Kittle and Travis Kelce

A very good day for NFL tight ends George Kittle and Travis Kelce

It’s been a good day for tight ends in the NFL.

To start the day George Kittle became the highest-paid tight end in the league. Shortly after, Travis Kelce signed an extension keeping him in Kansas City for an additional four years. Now it’s hard to talk about NFL tight ends and not mention either Kittle or Kelce’s name as two of the best in the league. It was only fitting that the two get paid on the exact same day.  

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Kittle and the San Francisco 49ers reached an agreement on a five-year, $75 million contract extension. Kittle deserves every penny of that deal as he’s racked up 2,945 receiving yards, the most by any tight end in NFL history after three seasons. He’s a do-it-all tight end who has great hands, blocks like a guard, and is a huge asset to the locker room.  

Meanwhile, the Kansas City Chiefs and Travis Kelce agreed to a four-year, $57.25 million extension. Kelce is a huge part of the Chiefs offense and his stats show that he’s one of the best in the league. He’s the only tight end to ever record four straight 1,000 yard seasons and he’s the fastest tight end ever to 425 career catches and 5,500 receiving yards.  

Kittle and Kelce have set the bar high with their play on the field, but they have now also set the bar for the price tag at their position that comes along with it. 

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