Like the majority of us you’re desperately in need of something to keep yourself entertained while stuck at home.
Luckily for all of us, during the coronavirus hiatus the NFL has made Game Pass free to the public.
So, what better way to spend your time than by reliving some of Lamar “Action” Jackson’s spectacular performances from the 2019-2020 season?
Here's a list of the league MVP's top five games that you should rewatch.
Jackson dominates in season-opener against Dolphins
Now that’s how you start a season.
The Ravens got off to an amazing start, taking the football world by storm with a Week 1 59-10 blowout of the Miami Dolphins.
Despite being underestimated going into his second season as a signal-caller, Jackson hit the ground running and was the star of the show.
Jackson had the only perfect passer rating across the NFL that day, throwing for a career-high five touchdown passes and 324 yards, completing 17-of-20 passes. The five touchdowns tied the team record set back in 2000.
By the end of the game Jackson had proved that he can be much more than a running back.
His phenomenal performance earning him AFC Offensive Player of the Week.
Jackson’s confidence helps Ravens escape with victory over Seahawks
In just his 15th career start, Jackson was able to demonstrate that he was on the right track to becoming more than what the Ravens had expected him to be.
A leader. A dual threat. A competitor.
It was Jackson’s confident decision on a significant fourth down that changed the game for the better ending the game on a 17-3 run for the Ravens.
On 13 plays Jackson drove 96 yards down the field and used nine minutes to eat up a large chunk of time.
Jackson carried the Ravens to a 30-16 win over the Seattle Seahawks and their third straight win.
Jackson also finished with 116 yards rushing on 14 carries and 143 yards passing, marking as his third 100-yard rushing performance of the season.
Week 9 Statement win over the Patriots
The Ravens set the tone early with a striking opening drive. A neutral zone infraction ended the Ravens drive and Jackson rushed for a touchdown on the following play.
Later that game Jackson had a one-yard run to put the Ravens up 37-30 for the final score over the previously undefeated Patriots.
The fans just couldn’t get enough of Jackson’s back-to-back stellar performances, they even started chanting “MVP.”
The Patriots were unable to stop Jackson. He finished the game rushing for 63 yards on 14 carries.
It was this particular game that proved that the Ravens could hang among the league’s best and it was all thanks to Jackson’s legs.
Jackson adds spin move to MVP resume
After much practice leading up to Week 10 Jackson was anxious to finally put his secret move to the test against the bottom-ranked Cincinnati Bengals.
Little did he know it would be the highlight of the Ravens’ 49-13 road win.
The first play the game had the Ravens off to a great start, Jackson delivered a 49-yard completion to Marquise Brown. Jackson followed with two consecutive completions of 19 and 6 yards to Mark Andrews and Hayden Hurst before finding Andrews again in the end zone for a touchdown.
The most memorable play was on a 47-yard touchdown run where Jackson juked and spun through the Bengals defense.
Jackson was unstoppable and the Bengals defense was simply helpless. Jackson finished 15-of-17 passing for 223 yards and three passing touchdowns.
This game was special, marking as Jackson’s second perfect passer rating of the season and making him just the second NFL quarterback in history to have two perfect passer ratings within the same season.
Jackson breaks Michael Vick’s record
Going into Week 15 Jackson was just 23 yards short of Michael Vick’s single-season record for rushing yards by a quarterback.
With this run, Lamar Jackson now owns the single-season record for rushing yards by a QB! @Lj_era8 #RavensFlock— NFL (@NFL) December 13, 2019
📺: #NYJvsBAL on @NFLNetwork | @NFLonFOX | @PrimeVideo
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On a 5-yard run within the first quarter of the Ravens’ 42-21 victory over the New York Jets Jackson was able to get the job done. Jackson exceeded Vick’s record of 1,039 yards and went on to finish the night with 1,103 yards.
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