Lamar Jackson continued his MVP dream season throughout the month of November. During the month, he led the Ravens to a 4-0 record (outscored opponents 172-46), recorded the highest QBR in a single month since the stat has been implemented in 2006 (97.1), and accounted for the most touchdowns scored in a month without turning the ball over in league history (16). Whether its pass efficiency, rushing yards, or scoring plays, it feels like every week Jackson is breaking new records all over the field. Jackson had the NFL’s 3rd highest passer rating in any full month ever (143.7) and recorded 5 touchdowns in a Monday night beat-down against the Rams in Los Angeles this month. Jackson put forth one of the best single months for any player at the quarterback position and did it mostly against top-ranked, stingy defenses (Patriots, Rams, Texans). Jackson won our last Player of the Month vote in October, and it seems as though it’s going to be a tall task to dethrone this year’s future MVP with the numbers he continues to produce.