Lamar Jackson Is Not As Good As Patrick Mahomes, But He Could Be One Day

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The Baltimore Ravens are currently sitting at 6-2, and they are second in the AFC North, behind the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers. Unsurprisingly, the reigning MVP, Lamar Jackson, has been a key figure in Baltimore's hot start to the season. Jackson, in just his third year, has posted a winning record of 25-5 tying him with Dan Marino for the best start by a quarterback in NFL history.

"It's pretty cool, I'm up there with a Hall of Famer," Jackson said via ESPN’s Jamison Hensley. "But you still got to win each and every game. So, it's all right."

"I think that's really something. Wow," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said of Jackson tying Marino's mark. "Lamar will tell you it's a team effort. I think the team will tell you that you couldn't win those games without Lamar."

Jackson's latest victory this past Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts did not come without adversity. The Ravens trailed the Colts 10-7 at the half and coming into Sunday’s game, Jackson was 0-6 when playing from behind.

However, on Sunday, that would not be the case; Jackson would complete all ten of his passes for 119 yards and add a nine-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Finishing the game with 170 yards passing on 19 passes and added 58 yards on the ground with a touchdown.

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