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Author: Jon Kuzma
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If you want to see someone that is a winner in every sense of the word. Look no further than Lamar Jackson. The Baltimore Ravens quarterback made a name for himself in college by winning the Heisman Trophy award. And then in his second year as a pro he was named the National Football League’s Most Valuable Player. So it’s easy to see there’s a pattern here and you don’t achieve those accomplishments without having laser focus. Jackson is all business and the only thing he cares about is winning football games.
Just like a blacksmith perfects his craft by hammering away at a sword. Jackson watches countless hours of film and he’s always trying to become a better player. By being so committed to his development it allows Jackson to do things that are extraordinary. Because of that it feels like Jackson will win a Super Bowl at some point. It won’t be easy to do right now with how good the Kansas City Chiefs are. But we could see those two teams jockeying for the upper hand for years to come. Don’t believe the narrative that Jackson can’t win in the playoffs either. He’s only 23 years old and his awareness will improve drastically over the next decade. Once the game starts to slowdown for him then look out. Because he’s already been better than everyone else while learning on the fly.
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