Second-year Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson continues to wow the NFL world with his play this season. His play is going above and beyond the expectations many had for him and now he’s found his way into the record books because of it.

After gaining 86 rushing yards on eight attempts in the Ravens’ 42-21 victory over the New York Jets, he has now surpassed Michael Vick’s 2006 record for most rushing yards by a quarterback.

He now has 1,103 yards on the ground this season and he has a lot of praise for the man that held the record before him.

“It’s really cool, my favorite player growing up. It’s amazing and I’m going to cherish that forever and we just got to keep it going. Records are meant to be broken like he said and it’s really cool for me to do it.”

And gaining the most rushing yards by a quarterback isn’t the only record he has for himself at the Week 14 mark of his second season. He is now tied for most passing touchdowns in a single season in Ravens’ franchise history. He’s currently at 33 passing touchdowns, which is the same amount that Vinny Testaverde had in Baltimore’s inaugural season back in 1996.

Jackson has also became the sixth quarterback in league history to have at least three games in which he’s thrown five passing touchdowns in a season. Three of the five quarterbacks who have done that before won MVP (Peyton Manning in 2004, Tom Brady in 2007, and Cam Newton in 2015). The other two are Daunte Culpepper in 2004 and Drew Brees in 2011.