BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Leading the Baltimore Ravens back from a 22-3 deficit against the Indianapolis Colts, quarterback Lamar Jackson put on what head coach John Harbaugh described as “one of the greatest performances I’ve ever seen.”

Jackson’s dazzling final line in the 31-25 overtime win: 37-for-43 for 442 yards and 4 touchdowns, along with 62 yards on the ground.

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But that only scratches the surface of how epic Jackson’s night was, and how amazing he’s been through the first five games of the 2021 season. Here are nine stats that paint a more complete picture.

Jackson’s 442 passing yards set a Ravens record for most in a single game.

The Ravens had 528 yards of total offense on Monday night. Jackson was responsible for 504 of them.

Of the 4,017 NFL games where a quarterback has thrown the ball 40 times, Jackson has the highest completion percentage, at 86%.

He also has the highest completion percentage for any quarterback who’s passed for 400 yards or more.

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Jackson is the first player in league history to pass for 1,500 yards and rush for 300 yards in a five-game span.

With the win, Jackson tied Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino for the most wins by a quarterback before age 25. The Ravens still have 12 more games to play and Jackson doesn’t turn 25 until January.

On the season, Jackson is fifth in passing yards. Not bad for a running back.

Jackson has 1,519 passing yards so far this year, putting him ahead of highly regarded signal callers such as Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen and Dak Prescott.

Even more incredible, he is the eighth best rusher in the entire league

With 341 rushing yards on the year, Jackson has been better on the ground than many team’s starting running backs, a list that includes Colts back Jonathan Taylor, Washington’s Antonio Gibson and Green Bay’s Aaron Jones.

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Put that together, and Jackson’s 1,860 yards of production is better than 18 teams. Yes, 18 NFL teams have put up fewer yards than Jackson as an individual.

CBS Baltimore Staff