On Friday, Jackson was named to the NFL's 2019 AP All-Pro first team, earning 47 of a possible 50 votes. The only other quarterback that received votes was the Seahawks' Russell Wilson, who was named second-team All-Pro after helping lead Seattle to 11 regular season wins.
The only three players that earned more votes than Jackson were Saints receiver Michael Thomas, Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore and Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald. Thomas and Gilmore earned a perfect 50 votes, while Donald, the league's reigning Defensive Player of the Year, received 49 votes.
Here is a look at the NFL's 2019 first- and second-team All-Pro rosters:
2019 NFL first-team All-Pros
Quarterback: Lamar Jackson, Ravens
Flex: Christian McCaffrey, Panthers
Left tackle: Ronnie Stanley, Ravens
Right tackle: Ryan Ramczyk, Saints
Interior linemen: Aaron Donald, Rams; Cam Heyward, Steelers
Placekicker: Justin Tucker, Ravens
Punt Returner: Deonte Harris, Saints
Special Teamer: Matthew Slater, Patriots
2019 NFL second-team All-Pros
Quarterback: Russell Wilson, Seahawks
Running back: Derrick Henry, Titans
Tight end: Travis Kelce, Chiefs
Flex: Derrick Henry, Titans
Right tackle: Mitchell Schwartz, Chiefs
Right guard: Marshal Yanda, Ravens
Edge rushers: Shaq Barrett, Buccaneers; Cameron Jordan, Saints
Cornerbacks: Richard Sherman, 49ers; Marcus Peters, Ravens
Kicker returner: Mecole Hardman, Chiefs
Punt returner: Diontae Johnson, Steelers
Jackson, who was selected to his first Pro Bowl in December, is the front-runner to win the NFL's MVP award, an honor that will be announced on the eve of Super Bowl LIV.