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 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.