Ravens’ John Harbaugh Has Strong Message About QB Lamar Jackson

Head coach John Harbaugh recognizes quarterback Lamar Jackson's importance to the Baltimore Ravens.

 The Ravens are a solid football team without Jackson, but not one of the best.

After the Ravens' 23-7 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 15, Harbaugh told reporters, 

"I believe he's [Jackson] the best QB in the National Football League, and he continues to prove me right."

Jackson and the Ravens are 11-3 and the No. 1 overall seed in the AFC, respectively. According to VegasInsider, 

 Jackson has the second-best odds for MVP in the league after the Week 15 games.

Harbaugh, on the other hand, is unconcerned with the odds. He's seen the Ravens with and without Jackson.

 Lamar is on his sixth year with the team. The Ravens are 56-19 with Jackson as their starting quarterback.

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