Lamar Jackson made NFL history in Thursday night's victory over the New York Jets.
Jackson broke Michael Vick's single-season rushing record by a quarterback on the Baltimore Ravens' opening drive.
"It's pretty cool," Jackson said. "My favorite player growing up. It's amazing, and I'm going to cherish that forever and just got to keep it going. Records are made to be broken, like he said. I heard him say that, and it's an honor for me to do it."
The second-year quarterback entered Thursday's game needing 23 yards to surpass Vick's mark of 1,039 yards set in 2006. That record was shattered on Jackson's third run of the game.