Lamar Jackson becomes first quarterback with two 1,000-yard rushing seasons


Lamar Jackson has put himself in the NFL record books once again. 

With a carry in the third quarter, Jackson became the first ever NFL quarterback to rush for more than one 1,000-yard season. In his MVP season a year ago, he ran for 1,206 yards. This year, he's over 1,000 yards and, as of 3:00 p.m., and still climbing.

He needed just 92 yards against the Bengals, a task that came easy against the porous defense in Cincinnati. Offensive coordinator Greg Roman said he wasn’t concerned about the record, and wouldn’t be, unless Jackson got close. 

With a dominant performance mostly by his scrambling, Jackson solidified himself as, for a two-year stretch, perhaps the best rushing quarterback in league history. He's still just 23 years old.