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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson continues to do things that we have not seen from a player at his position in modern NFL history.

That continued Sunday against a winless Cincinnati Bengals team. Jackson became the first quarterback in regular season history to compile 200-plus passing yards and 150-plus rushing yards in the same game.

This included a beautiful 21-yard rushing touchdown in the first half.

Though, it also must be noted that this had been done before. Free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick tallied 263 passing yards and 181 rushing yards in a playoff game against the Green Bay Packers back in 2013.

Even then, this is simply amazing stuff from Jackson as he continues to lead the NFL’s top-scoring offense as a sophomore.

Vincent Frank
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