Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is having an incredible season. Baltimore has built an offense to fit his skill set and he is dominating the defenses.
So it wasn’t surprising that Jackson was selected to the Associated Press All-Pro team. What was surprising was the fact that it wasn’t a unanimous selection.
Jackson received 47 out of a possible 50 votes. That means only three voters don’t believe he’s the best quarterback in the league.
One of those who didn’t vote for Jackson was Bill Polian, who said before he was drafted that he should switch positions to wide receiver.
After seeing what Jackson can do in the NFL as a quarterback, Polian admitted he was wrong. That apparently doesn’t mean he’s going to vote for Jackson as the league’s best quarterback.
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