CINCINNATI, Ohio Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson joined Aaron Rodgers (2019) and Hall of Famer Joe Montana (1989) as the only players in the Super Bowl era to record at least three pass touchdowns, at least one rush TD and a perfect passer rating in a single game with at least 15 completions.
Jackson threw for three touchdowns in a near-perfect performance and pulled off a sensational 47-yard touchdown run as Baltimore (7-2) crushed the NFL’s only winless team — the Cincinnati Bengals 49-13 on Sunday.
“I think that was the craziest thing I’ve witnessed on the field with somebody,” running back Mark Ingram said. “He just spun and took off and let me just escort him. That’s Lamar. That’s special.”
His 47-yard TD run was the longest by a quarterback since Cam Newton’s 62-yard TD run on Dec. 10, 2017.
LAMAR. JACKSON. @Lj_Era8 TO THE HOUSE ‼️‼️
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) 10 november 2019
Jackson completed a 49-yard pass on his first play and had only one incompletion — on a spike. He finished 15 of 17 — a club-record completion percentage — for 223 yards and a perfect passer rating of 158.3, his second of the season.
Jackson threw five TD passes and had a perfect rating during a 59-10 opening win over the Dolphins.
He also became just the second player to have more than one game with a perfect passer rating in a single season with at least 10 attempts since 1950 — Ben Roethlisberger had two such games in 2007.