Lamar Jackson wins November Hickok Belt® Award

By on December 30, 2019

Baltimore Ravens sophomore quarterback Lamar Jackson has been named the Hickok Belt® Award winner for the month of November 2019. Voting was conducted by a select panel of members of the National Sports Media Association (NSMA). Jackson was selected as the winner for the month of November based on his extraordinary performance as a sophomore quarterback. Jackson is the youngest player with five touchdown passes in multiple games. He also is the first player to rush for 1,000 plus yards and threw for 2,500 plus yards in a single season. He holds 19 NFL records and 12 Raven franchise records. The Ravens are currently the best team in the NFL and Jackson’s feats during the month of November have made the team playoff bound. 

Other finalists for the month of November in order of how the NSMA ranked them included: Luka Doncic (football), Giannis Antetokounmpo (basketball), James Harden (basketball), Deontay Wilder (boxing), Derrick Henry (football), Connor McDavid (hockey), Kenny Golladay (football), Kyle Busch (auto racing) and Leon Draisaitl (hockey).

His selection as the Hickok Belt® Award  winner for the month of November 2019 recognizes Lamar Jackson as “the best of the best” in professional sports for the month and makes him the eleventh candidate eligible to receive the overall Hickok Belt® Award for 2019, joining Stephen Strasburg, Gerrit Cole, Rory McIlroy, Novak Djokovic, Kawi Leonard, Brooks Koepka, Tiger Woods, Kyle Busch, Julian Edelman, and Tom Brady.

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