All the Records the Ravens Set or Broke in Week 16


In what has become a welcome weekly chore, the record books will need to be revised after the Ravens' 31-15 win in Cleveland.

Here are all the records/milestones set or broken by Baltimore in Week 16:

QB Lamar Jackson

  • 36th passing touchdown — new single-season franchise record (33, Testaverde – 1996)
  • First player in NFL history with 3,000+ passing yards (3,127) and 1,000+ rushing yards (1,206) in a season
  • Fifth game this season with 100 rushing yards

TE Mark Andrews

  • Tenth receiving TD this season (3rd-most in franchise history)

RB Mark Ingram II

  • Ingram and Jackson are the seventh pair of teammates in NFL history to rush for 1,000 yards each in a single season
  • 15th touchdown ties franchise record for most TDs in a season (Rice – 2011)
  • Third Ravens RB to rush for at least 1,000 yards & 10 TDs in a single season (Lewis - 2003, Rice - 2011)


  • Clinched AFC's No. 1 playoff seed for the first time in franchise history
  • Seventh road win is a new single-season franchise record (6 - 2000, 2006)
  • 6,207 total net offensive yards in 2019 — new single-season franchise record (5,999 – 2018)
  • Third team in NFL history with 3,000+ rushing yards in a season (first since 1978)
  • 11th consecutive win extends a franchise record