It is history in the making, but after the Baltimore Ravens (4-2) defeated the Titans in London on Sunday, it is also history made now.
The Ravens won Week 6 by beating Tennessee 24-16 in a rather ugly game featuring six converted field goals by Baltimore and only one passing touchdown by quarterback Lamar Jackson.
Now, that said, Jackson did enough to enter a very select club.
Once upon a time, Michael Vick was the only NFL quarterback in possession of a very unique feat: he rushed the rock for 50+ yards in 50 or more games, a feat he achieved 54 times throughout his 13-year career.
Fast forward to today, and Lamar Jackson has joined this exclusive club, making him the only other quarterback to reach that milestone... while having played in the NFL for just six seasons and not starting every single game he's played!
What adds an extra layer of awe to Jackson's achievement is the swift pace at which he reached this milestone.
Sunday's was just Jackson's 76th career game, matching a record that took Vick 143 games to establish back in his playing days and his heyday in the early-to-mid aughts.
In London, Jackson finished the Week 6 game completing 21-of-30 passes for 223 yards with a touchdown to rookie wide receiver Zay Flowers, the first of the year for the freshman.
Jackson, however, also threw an interception when trying to connect with struggling wideout Rashod Bateman. At th end of the day, though, Jackson completed passes to eight different receivers in the Ravens win over the Titans.
For what matters here, Jackson tallied 62 rushing yards on 13 carries throughout Sunday's outing.
Entering Week 7, Jackson has amassed 327 rushing yards this year and he's on pace to get to around 1,000 yards if he maintains this momentum over the full 17-game schedule.