Ravens quarterback coach Lamar Jackson has had a nightmare for years.
Winning an unbeaten 31-25 runtime overtime on Monday night over Indianapolis Colts, Jackson finished 37-for-43 with 442 yards, four touchdowns, and no distractions, while adding 14 high-carrying carriers. 62. In many ways, it was an unprecedented number of players never seen before.
Here’s a look at where his biggest nightstands made history – records are:
1. 442 yards past Lamar Jackson was not only career-high but also a high franchise, breaking Vinny Testaverde’s 1996 mark of 429 yards, set at 37-31 to win St. Louis. Louis Rams.
2. Lamar Jackson’s graduation rate (86%) was much higher than any quarterback in NFL history that tried to exceed 40 in the game, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. As of Monday, none of the 4,000-plus riders playing one game at least 40 attempts had completed even 85% of their passes.
3. Lamar Jackson is the first player in NFL history with at least 400 yards to pass and more than 85 percent to finish in a match, according to ESPN Stats & Info.
4. Jackson led the third-largest comeback in Ravens history (19 points). The franchise record came back 21 points above the Arizona Cardinals in 2011, closed by Billy Cundiff’s 25-yard ball as time expired.
5. Jackson has produced an expected 28.4 points for the career included in his 45 drop-backs, more than any quarterback in the game this season, according to the NFL’s Next Gen Stats. EPA is a measure of efficiency that results in status factors such as the bottom, distance, and field location.
6. Lamar Jackson is the first quarterback in the last 20 seasons to overcome a 16-point deficit in the fourth quarter and finish with a 400-meter pass and four touchdowns, according to ESPN.
7. Jackson is the first player in NFL history to finish with 400 yards, four touchdowns, no catches, and 50 yards running in the game, according to the Pro Football Reference
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