Lamar Jackson broke an NFL record during the Baltimore Ravens’ clash against the New York Jets on Thursday.
Jackson set the mark for most rushing yards by a quarterback in a single season.
The Ravens QB surpassed the 1,039 set by Michael Vick, then with the Atlanta Falcons, in 2006.
Jackson only needed 23 yards against the Jets and he managed that on the Ravens’ first drive at M&T Bank Stadium.
Vick tweeted congratulations soon after Jackson broke the record.
The 22-year-old Jackson is considered among the NFL MVP favorites after starring for the Ravens (11-2) this season.