In the past two NFL seasons, no quarterbacks have broken out in a bigger way than Kansas City Chiefs signal-caller Patrick Mahomes and Baltimore Ravens dual-threat Lamar Jackson. Mahomes won the league’s MVP award last season and Jackson is the front-runner to take the crown this season. If given the chance, which QB would NFL coaches rather have? The MMQB’s Albert Breer compares the two’s path to the NFL. While he believes coaches would rather build around the traditional playing style of Patrick Mahomes, Breer notes how open-minded their coaches have been to adapt their systems around these two talented superstars
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