Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson had a night for the ages.
In a wild 31-25 overtime win Monday night over the Indianapolis Colts, Jackson finished 37-for-43 for 442 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions, while adding 14 carries for a game-high 62 yards. In a lot of ways, they were unprecedented totals for an unprecedented player.
Here’s a look at where his big night stands historically:
- Jackson’s 442 passing yards were not only a career high but also a franchise high, breaking Vinny Testaverde’s 1996 mark of 429 yards, set in a 37-31 win over the St. Louis Rams.
- Jackson’s completion rate (86%) was the highest of any quarterback in NFL history who’s attempted over 40 passes in a game, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Until Monday, none of the 4,000-plus individual-game passers with at least 40 attempts had completed even 85% of their passes.
- Jackson is the first player in NFL history with at least 400 passing yards and a completion percentage above 85 in a game, according to ESPN Stats & Info.
- Jackson led the third-biggest comeback in Ravens history (19 points). The franchise record is a 21-point comeback over the Arizona Cardinals in 2011, sealed by kicker Billy Cundiff’s 25-yard field goal as time expired.
- Jackson generated a career-high 28.4 expected points added on his 45 drop-backs, the most by any quarterback in a game this season, according to the NFL’s Next Gen Stats. EPA is a measure of efficiency that accounts for situational factors such as down, distance and field position.
- Jackson is the first quarterback in the past 20 seasons to overcome a 16-point deficit in the fourth quarter and finish with 400 yards passing and four touchdown passes, according to ESPN.
- Jackson is the first player in NFL history to finish with 400 yards passing, four touchdown passes, no interceptions and 50 yards rushing in a game, according to Pro Football Reference.