Lamar Jackson records 13th career double-triple with 318 passing yards, 119 rushing yards

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Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is continuing to show that he has an unprecedented ability to gain yardage with both his arm and his legs.

In today’s loss to the Dolphins, Jackson had 318 passing yards and 119 rushing yards, for the 13th double-triple of his career.

A double-triple is when a player records triple-digit yardage in two different statistical categories. Jackson has now done it 11 times in the regular season and twice in the postseason. No one in NFL history has come close to Jackson’s record on double-triples.

Michael Vick has the second-most double-triples in NFL history, with eight. And Vick played in 149 games in his career to record those eight double-triples. Jackson’s 13th double-triple came in his 63rd career game.

Other than Jackson and Vick, no one in NFL history has more than four double-triples.

Jackson, who is just 25 years old, may finish his career with dozens of double-triples. He’s playing the game like no one ever has in NFL history.

23 responses to “Lamar Jackson records 13th career double-triple with 318 passing yards, 119 rushing yards

  1. He put up 35 points. A team usually wins when they put that many points up. This was a defensive collapse

  2. Lamar should be required to watch the tape of Lance running the ball this afternoon. He’s one small slip away from an aircast of his very own.

  3. He did play a great game today. It’s hard to believe that the Ravens let this one get away…or is Miami that good?

  4. No, no, we’re not going to start that. No inventing pointless NBA-type stat categories, especially where there’s likely only or two players in the league going to make the numbers.

    Why not: “Justin Tucker had a ‘Double Fifty” Sunday, meaning he kicked a 50+ yard field goal AND held a high C note for more than 50 seconds . . .”?

  5. Jackson looked great and didn’t deserve being on the losing end. Unfortunately, Miami’s OL & DL completely dominated Baltimore. And Baltimore’s defense is just not very good. Queen still can’t tackle and should be benched. Mekeri did a nice job at LT. Baltimore’s inability to run the ball will come back to haunt them. And Harbaugh needs to scale back going for the 4th&1s and take some field goals; his decisions cost Baltimore the game.

  6. Coaching cost Baltimore. If they To keep going for it on 4th in the middle of the field gave up field position.

  7. Miami at no point seemed out of the game. And that is a scary thing for opponents.
    In case you haven’t heard this before, Tua is pretty darn accurate throwing the ball.

  8. tm05 says:
    September 18, 2022 at 8:46 pm

    “He put up 35 points. A team usually wins when they put that many points up. This was a defensive collapse”

    It was a coaching failure. Why did they call a Lamar run up the middle on 3rd and 2 and 4th and 1? Lamar should audible out of play calls designed for him to run. They are trying to get him nicked up.

  9. Yeah, Lamar put up 35 points, but didn’t play so well in the 2nd half. He and the coaching need to own this L.

  10. You either have a franchise QB like Lamar or a bum like mac jones or Mitch Trubisky and no chance.

  11. stexan1 says:
    September 18, 2022 at 8:53 pm
    Lamar should be required to watch the tape of Lance running the ball this afternoon. He’s one small slip away from an aircast of his very own—–‐——‐—————-‐-
    Should he also watch Alex Smiths or Joe Burrows injuries from the pocket? He is one small slip away from those as well. If you are scared stay on the sideline.

  12. They’re not designing plays for him to run because they want him to get nicked up. This is 3-win team without Lamar. They’re calling running plays for him because 16 of their 29 RB carries this year have gone for 1 yard or less. The offensive line, RBs, scheme, all of it stinks.

  13. Ravens & Browns had complete meltdowns today. How do you lose a 21 pt lead, at home, in one quarter? Hairball will be looking at a lot of tape this wk.

  14. Harbaugh lost this one with the 4th down fail. Shoulda took the automatic points with Tucker and made it a 10-0 game early. But that gave Miami another score.
    And the Ravens need Dobbins or Edwards to return soon.

  15. So he really is a running back who thinks he can throw. And he still has won the same number of playoff games as Kirk Counsins.

  16. They used to have a classic running game. Now, it’s helter-skelter with Lamar, and an offensive line not knowing where he’s at.

  17. It’s really gotten to the point in Baltimore where the fans are now saying the coaches are trying to get Lamar injured by calling all these short yardage run plays for him? You have told us repeatedly the guy is a winner and unstoppable. He was off to a pretty good game but then couldn’t deliver in the clutch when it mattered in the fourth quarter so now it’s the coaches fault for calling run plays for him and really they want to get him hurt? Got it. Why doesn’t Lamar audible out of them? Good QBs read defenses and adjust. I’m not blaming Lamar for the loss. He started off well but then came up short when it mattered. Just like him in the regular season and then in the playoffs.

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