Lamar Jackson did it. On his fourth rushing attempt of “Thursday Night Football” against the New York Jets, the Baltimore Ravens quarterback passed Michael Vick for most rushing yards by a quarterback in a single season.

Vick’s previous record was 1,039 yards, set in 2006 with the Atlanta Falcons. With his four rush attempts for 27 yards on Thursday, Jackson now has 1,044 yards and seven touchdowns through 13 games and one drive.

Earlier in the week, Vick said that he was excited for Jackson to beat his record.

“It’s a cool moment in sports, especially for Lamar and also for the Baltimore Ravens,” Vick told the team’s official website. “It’s something that everybody can be excited about. Breaking that record, it’s something I can honestly say I didn’t think I’d see for a long time. When Lamar was coming out of college, we had conversations. I used to tell him, ‘Play your game, be you.’ But I couldn’t even foresee Lamar doing this so quickly. It shows if you’re with the right teammates, the right coaches, the right organization, what can happen.”

It was a near given that Jackson would surpass Vick on Thursday night. He only needed 23 yards to beat the record. Heading into the primetime matchup, he has rushed for 39 yards or more in all but one of his career starts.

Jackson also leads the NFL in touchdown passes with 28. An MVP frontrunner in his second season, the former Heisman Trophy winner continues to prove that allowing him to slip to the end of the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft was a decision that many teams will regret.