Lamar makes history; 'hungry' Ravens clinch WC

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Lamar Jackson made NFL rushing history, and the Baltimore Ravens are headed back into the playoffs on a full sprint.

Jackson became the first quarterback in NFL history to record multiple 1,000-yard rushing seasons Sunday as the Ravens clinched a wild-card berth with their fifth straight victory, a 38-3 rout of the Cincinnati Bengals.

“We still got things that we want to finish,” Jackson said. “It’s just the beginning for us, to be honest with you.”

The Ravens (11-5) secured the No. 5 seed in the AFC and will play at the AFC South champion next weekend in the wild-card round of the playoffs. The winner of the AFC South — the Tennessee Titans or the Indianapolis Colts — will be determined later Sunday.

Jackson’s 97 yards rushing and record-setting performance was only part of Baltimore’s dominant rushing attack. With 404 yards rushing, the Ravens became the seventh team in NFL history to run for over 400 yards in a game and the first since the 2000 Bengals to do so.

Rookie running back J.K. Dobbins gained 160 yards, including a 72-yard touchdown run. Gus Edwards added 60 yards rushing.

“It’s a bunch

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