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BALTIMORE — Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis questioned Lamar Jackson‘s longevity after the Ravens rookie ran the ball more times in one game than any quarterback in the Super Bowl era.

“Quarterbacks don’t run forever in the NFL,” Lewis said after his team’s 24-21 loss in Baltimore. “Sooner or later, they get hurt, and they don’t run the same. But today he could run, and he did a good job.”

The Ravens say Marshal Yanda didn’t spit “on anyone,” despite video evidence that he did spit on the Bengals’ Vontaze Burfict.

Stomach pains and the Bengals’ D couldn’t derail a historic debut for Jackson, who even played a little “defense” on a referee after his first win.

In his first NFL start, Lamar Jackson set a Ravens quarterback single-game record with 117 yards rushing in a 24-21 victory over the Bengals that essentially saved Baltimore’s season.

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In his first start, Jackson ran 27 times (including three kneel-downs at the end of the game), which were five more than any quarterback since 1960, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. His 117 yards rushing were the most by a quarterback

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