There isn’t such thing as a quarterback record that Lamar Jackson can’t break. With his 101 rushing yards in the Baltimore Ravens’ win over the San Francisco 49ers, Jackson set the NFL single-season for most 100-yard rushing games by a quarterback, per Ravens director of PR Patrick Gleason.

Jackson hit his fourth 110-yard rushing game of the season on Sunday. In doing so, he passed Russell Wilson (2014) and Mike Vick (twice: 2006, 2004).

Previously, Jackson had 120 rushing yards on 16 attempts in a Week 2 win over the Arizona Cardinals, 152 yards and a touchdown on 19 attempts in a Week 6 win over the Cincinnati Bengals and 116 yards and a touchdown on 16 attempts in a Week 7 win over the Seattle Seahawks.

On Sunday, Jackson also chipped in a touchdown on his 16 rushing attempts to ultimately beat the vaunted 49ers defense — he got some help in the win via a Justin Tucker walk-off field goal to move the Ravens to 10-2.

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On the season, Jackson has 978 rushing yards and seven ground touchdowns on 140 attempts. He is well on his way to rushing for the most rushing yards by a quarterback in a season — previously held by Mike Vick (1,039 – 2006). The dual-threat quarterback is on pace to tally 1,304 rushing yards and nine touchdowns on 187 carries, which would likely rank him in the top-10 for leading rushers in 2019.

That’s not bad for a running back.

Jackson continues to defy all expectations. The Heisman Trophy winner has put the league on-notice with both his arm and his legs. He can win a game and set some records with both.