Lamar Jackson passes it to Mark Andrews in end zone. This makes it 42 consecutive games that the Ravens' QB has at least one passing score or rush score. (0:20).
BALTIMORE -- Lamar Jackson, the Baltimore Ravens' best-ever NFL record holder, set another NFL record.
Jackson broke the NFL record for most wins by a quarterback younger than 25 years old with Sunday's 34-6 win over the Los Angeles Chargers. He passed Dan Marino with his 35th win.
The Ravens won the battle of the first-place teams and are now 5-1. This is the best conference record at the moment. On Monday, the Buffalo Bills (5-1) will play host to the Tennessee Titans.
Most NFL Wins under 25* Lamar Jackson 35 Dan Marino34 Drew Bledsoe32 Ben Roethlisberger29 *since 1970 merger
Jackson, now at 35-8, won't be turning 25 until January 7. In the last two decades, no quarterback younger than 25 has won more 30 games.
Under Jackson, Baltimore has seen a remarkable turnaround. Between winning the Super Bowl in 2012, when the Ravens won it 44-45 (.494) and Jackson becoming the starter halfway through 2018, the Ravens had a record of 44-45 (.494).
This record is six days after Jackson, the first player to reach 400 yards passing, four touchdown passes and 50 yards running in Baltimore's 31-25 win against the Indianapolis Colts.