The Baltimore Ravens quarterback passed for 236 yards and rushed for 152 yards and a TD, becoming the first player in NFL history with 150-plus rush yards and 200-plus pass yards in a single regular season game. The only other time that feat was accomplished was former San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick in the 2012 playoffs (263 yards passing and 181 yards rushing versus Green Bay).
Jackson's ability to beat the defense with his arm or legs was the difference Sunday.
Jackson was especially dangerous early, becoming just the third QB since 1991 with 100-plus rush yards (111) in the first half of a tilt (OAK Terrell Pryor: 108 rush yards in Week 8, 2013; ATL Michael Vick: 127 rush yards in Week 12, 2006).
The second-year signal-caller is the third QB in the Super Bowl era to rush for 150-plus yards in a game. Others: Colin Kaepernick (Week 16, 2014); Michael Vick (Week 12, 2006 & Week 13, 2002).
Jackson is on pace to surpass Vick's 2006 single-season QB record of 1,039 rush yards. The Ravens' signal-caller is averaging 76.7 rush yards per game (Vick averaged 64.9), which puts him on pace for 1,225.7 rush yards over 16 games.
"Setting records and things like that, yeah, that's not really what you think about now," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said of Jackson. "But someday it will mean something to him."
Right now, it's about the wins. Jackson's dual-threat ability is helping Baltimore stack them and take a two-game division lead in the AFC North.