For the seventh game in a row, Lamar Jackson rushed for at least 60 yards on Sunday. That mark set NFL history, as Jackson raced past Michael Vick in the record books.
.@Ravens QB @Lj_era8 has rushed for at least 60 yards in seven consecutive games, surpassing Michael Vick (6 in 2004) for the most consecutive games with 60+ rushing yards by a quarterback in @NFL history. #NFL100 #HOUvsBAL pic.twitter.com/QJ17GVJzRa— NFL345 (@NFL345) November 17, 2019
Jackson now has 780 yards on the season (and counting), and he will almost certainly break the all-time record for most rushing yards in a single season by a quarterback — 1,039 yards, also set by Michael Vick in 2006.
Not counting any yards Jackson may add to his total Sunday, the second-year phenom is on pace to finish with 1,248 rushing yards in 2019.
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