It wasn't just a "hats and T-shirts" game for the Ravens as they clinched the AFC North in Week 15 versus the New York Jets. It was a record-setting night.
Baltimore set or broke numerous records, and hit so many milestones, that we had to list them out:
- With 86 rushing yards, Lamar Jackson broke Michael Vick's single-season rushing record for a quarterback. Vick ran for 1,039 yards in 2006. Jackson now has 1,103 with two games left.
- The Ravens set a new single-season franchise record for rushing yards (2,830), surpassing the 2003 Ravens, who rushed for 2,674 yards. Jamal Lewis rumbled for 2,066 yards that season.
- Jackson threw five touchdown passes for the third time this season, becoming the sixth quarterback in NFL history to do that in a single season. Peyton Manning holds the record with four such games in 2004.
- Jackson's five touchdown passes gives him an NFL-high 33 this season and ties Vinny Testaverde (1996) for the most in franchise history.
- No other quarterback has thrown at least four touchdowns in four games this season. Jackson also leads the league with seven games with at least three touchdown passes.
- For the second time in his career, Jackson rushed for at least 85 yards while throwing five touchdowns. He also did it against the Los Angeles Rams. Cam Newton is the only other player in NFL history to accomplish the feat in one game, which came in his 2015 MVP campaign.
- Tight end Mark Andrews set a new franchise single-season record with his eighth touchdown of the season, surpassing the seven scores from Todd Heap (2005) and Dennis Pitta (2012).
- Wide receiver Marquise "Hollywood" Brown tied the Ravens' franchise record for most touchdown catches by a rookie. Torrey Smith (2011) and Marlon Brown (2013) also had seven.