Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson vs. the QB field for NFL MVP | Daily Wager

Anita Marks and Preston Johnson join Doug Kezirian on Daily Wager to discuss the current landscape of the NFL MVP race and the chances that trophy goes to a quarterback and if it does, which one? Tom Brady, Lamar Jackson, Drew Brees, Carson Wentz, Kirk Cousins and even Baker Mayfield are examined as possibilities.

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