Lamar Jackson made history with the Ravens’ incredible loss to a Miami team that would not be denied.
Things seemed to be going smoothly for the home team as Jackson sped his way past all the comers for a 79-yard touchdown when time was up in the third.
Crossing the end zone, Jackson passed Michael Vick for most 100-yard rushing games by a quarterback in NFL history with 11.
Jackson’s stunning run, which looked like a recreation of his highlight tape from his 2019 MVP season, wasn’t enough to ward off a wild Dolphins team.
After the successful extra point, Jackson and the Ravens led 35-14 at the beginning of the fourth quarter.
Miami then dumped 28 points on Baltimore’s three last term to exit Charm City in an incredible 42-38 win.
Until the last quarter – where the Ravens amassed just four first downs – Jackson was sensational.
The former Heisman Trophy winner was 21/29 through the air for 218 passing yards and three touchdowns.
Jackson added 119 yards and a touchdown on the bottom of nine carries.
Despite his awesomeness, Jackson was eventually outshined by opposing quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who put on 36/50 for 469 yards, six touchdowns and two interceptions.
Miami reception duo Tyreek Hill and Jalen Waddle were in incredible form as they both caught two touchdowns and went for 190 and 171 yards, respectively.
The dolphins made their own history on Sunday; It is the first team in NFL history to have a player throw for 400+ yards and 5+ touchdowns and two teammates to receive 170+ yards and 2 rec. TDs in the same game.
It didn’t stop there. The Street Team, per ESPN Stats and Informationwere the first in 12 years to cover a 21-point hole in the fourth quarter.
Prior to the 42-38 win, teams trailing by 21 points or more in fourth place had a record 0-711.