BALTIMORE (WJZ) — As the Baltimore Ravens look ahead to their final regular-season game of the season — one that controls whether they make it to the playoffs — quarterback Lamar Jackson is being honored with another award.

Local reporters from the Baltimore chapter of the Pro Football Writers of America chose Jackson as the Ravens’ 2020 most valuable player for the second consecutive year.

Jackson, speaking to reporters Wednesday, said while he appreciates the honor, he considers it more of a group effort.

“You know I always tell you guys that I feel like that’s a team award,” he said. “We’ve been through so much adversity this year and hit humps and stuff like that but our guys just find a way to pull through and keep fighting, especially for this playoff run.”

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Last season, not only was Jackson voted the team’s MVP but he also won the PFWA’s award for the NFL’s MVP, the first Raven to do so since running back Jamal Lewis in 2003, according to the group’s website.

CBS Baltimore Staff