Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

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.

Jackson hit this mark on Sunday on another ankle-breaking run that went 39 yards as the Baltimore Ravens dominated the Houston Texans. This run put him at 85 yards in the game, on just eight carries.

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.

This article first appeared on Sportsnaut and was syndicated with permission.



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Can you name the quarterback with the most rushing yards in a game for every NFL franchise?

An asterisk (*) indicates the player set the record while the franchise was located in another city and/or went by a different name. 

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ARI / 93 / 2019 / #1
Kyler Murray
ATL / 173 / 2002 / #7
Michael Vick
BAL / 152 / 2019 / #8
Lamar Jackson
BUF / 135 / 2018 / #17
Josh Allen
CAR / 116 / 2012 / #1
Cam Newton
CHI / 127 / 1972 / #10
Bobby Douglass
CIN / 110 / 1970 / #11
Jeff Blake
CLE / 108 / 2015 / #2
Johnny Manziel
DAL / 90 / 1971 / #12
Roger Staubach
DEN / 118 / 2011 / #15
Tim Tebow
DET / 97 / 1990 / #9
Mike McMahon
GB / 88 / 1990 /#7
Don Majkowski
HOU / 70 / 2018 / #4
Deshaun Watson
IND* / 92 / 1974 / #7
Bert Jones
JAX / 81 / 2016 / #5
Blake Bortles
KC / 78 / 2015 / #11
Alex Smith
LAC* / 58 / 1969 / #14
Marty Domres
LAR / 57 / 1967 / #18
Roman Gabriel
MIA / 65 / 2019 / #14
Ryan Fitzpatrick
MIN / 109 / 2011 / #14
Joe Webb
NE / 103 / 1976 / #14
Steve Grogan
NO / 108 / 2000 / #2
Aaron Brooks
NYG / 82 / 1990 / #15
Jeff Hostetler
NYJ / 69 / 2014 / #1
Michael Vick
OAK / 112 / 2013 / #2
Terrelle Pryor
PHI / 130 / 2010 / #7
Michael Vick
PIT / 103 / 1998 / #10
Kordell Stewart
SEA / 122 / 2014 / #3
Russell Wilson
SF / 151 / 2014 / #7
Colin Kaepernick
TB / 105 / 1990 / #14
Vinny Testaverde
TEN / 112 / 2015 / #8
Marcus Mariota
WAS / 138 / 2012 / #10
Robert Griffin III

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