It is time to throw away the American inferiority complex with its place in the sport, where many blindly claim that technique should come above all in choosing and developing the best prospects and that the U.S. is not an international power because it cares too much about athleticism.
Far-Fetched Friday: Lamar Jackson Wins Next MVP
The Lamar Jackson disrespect has gotten out of hand. Don't get me wrong, the general public respects him, but it's NFL Owners and GMs looking to send a message to the rest of the league with his contract situation. Lamar is a different kind of competitor, and that trait is why I think he will take this all personally and win MVP next season, no matter where he lands.
Welcome back to Far-Fetched Friday, where we give you a bold prediction that we believe will come to fruition. This Friday, we look at the most disrespected player in the NFL.
Let's not pretend we don't understand what is happening with Lamar Jackson. NFL owners are looking to curb how much they play elite quarterbacks by not giving Jackson a huge deal. It's the only explanation when you have awful teams in desperate need of a quarterback not jumping at the chance to give Jackson, a former MVP still only 26, the contract he is asking for.
Now we know he requested a trade that the Raven promptly declined. And with months left till the 2023-24 season, there is no telling where Lamar will land. But no matter where it is, I am confident Lamar Jackson will win MVP.
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