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Lamar Jackson secured a place in NFL history for victories with a win unlike any other in his NFL career.
Overcoming a halftime deficit for the first time, Jackson produced a perfect second half in leading the Baltimore Ravens to a 24-10 win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday and matching the best 30-start mark of the Super Bowl era.
The reigning NFL MVP is 25-5 (.833) since taking over as the Ravens starter in the middle of the 2018 season, tying Miami Dolphins legend Dan Marino for the best start by a quarterback since 1966.
“It’s pretty cool, I’m up there with a Hall of Famer,” Jackson said. “But you still got to win each and every game. So, it’s alright.”
All of Jackson’s five losses have come when trailing at halftime, and Baltimore had lost its last 20 games when behind after the first half, which had been the longest current streak in the NFL. This time, the Ravens rallied by going more up-tempo on offense and Jackson throwing accurate darts all over the field.
Trailing 10-7 at halftime Sunday, Jackson was flawless throwing the ball in