Lamar Jackson: All the records broken by him when the Ravens’ wild overtime win over Colts
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.
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.