Ravens’ QB Lamar Jackson and Jags’ DE Calais Campbell Win MVP Awards at Pro Bowl

Ravens' Lamar Jackson in 2018. Photo by John Mersits/CSM/REX/Shutterstock

The 2020 NFL Pro Bowl game wrapped up on Sunday with AFC earning a 38-33 win and continuing their domination over NFC. The AFC All-Stars were fronted by Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback Lamar Jackson and Jacksonville Jaguars’ defensive end Calais Campbell, who were named MVPs on their respective end of the ball.

Jackson won the offensive MVP of the Pro Bowl, throwing for 185 yards and two touchdowns and adding 6 yards rushing.

“I didn’t really have an individual I wanted to learn from,” said Jackson, who was making his first Pro Bowl appearance. “I wanted to hear everybody’s stories. I wanted to hear what they had to pitch and put in our ear. It was just everybody.”

The Pro Bowl MVP award might be just the beginning for Jackson. He is also the front runner for the regular-season NFL MVP award after leading the Ravens to league-best 14-2 record. The 23-year-old finished the year with 3,127 passing yards and 36 touchdowns while adding 1,206 rushing yards and seven rushing touchdowns.

Campbell, who was participating at his third straight Pro Bowl, finished the game with one tackle and a crucial forced fumble, which was returned for a touchdown and sealed NFC’s win.