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Records And Losses Not ‘Defining’ For Lamar Jackson

In typical fashion, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was in no mood to talk about his personal records on Sunday.

Lamar Jackson appears to have an unfortunate habit of breaking NFL records in matches that he loses. It happened again against Miami as the Dolphins came from behind in the fourth quarter to win 42-38.

Lamar Jackson had the 11th 100-yard rushing game of his career, finishing with 119. He also produced a 79-yard touchdown run, the longest of his career.

He has now surpassed Michael Vick for the most 100-yard rushing games by a quarterback in regular season history.


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“I want to win,” Jackson said. “That record doesn’t mean nothing if we’re not winning.

“We just got to finish,” Jackson said. “It came down to the fourth quarter. They were putting points on the board and we wasn’t. We just got to finish when we’re up.”


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“I told you guys earlier this week, we were going to have something for them if they did the same thing,” Jackson said. “We saw when they were bringing that zero blitz and we executed.”

“We can’t dwell on that,” Jackson said. “It’s still early in the season. We ain’t going to let this loss define us.”

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