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This Stat Proves Lamar Jackson is Greatest Dual-Threat QB of All-Time

Adam Taylor McKillop
This statistic proves that Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is the greatest dual-threat QB of all-time.
This statistic proves that Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is the greatest dual-threat QB of all-time. / Todd Olszewski/GettyImages
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Week 10 of the 2021 NFL season was another week in which Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson did his work both through the air and on the ground.

The premier dual-threat QB tallied 266 passing yards and another 120 on the ground as he led Baltimore to a 34-31 comeback victory over the Minnesota Vikings.

There's no one better than Jackson on the current hierarchy of dual-threat quarterbacks in today's NFL. But, his latest performance shows off why he's the best to ever do it. That includes better than the uber-talented Michael Vick.

Jackson's Week 10 performance marked his fifth career game with at least 200 passing yards and 100 rushing yards. That's the most of all time. Vick only accomplished the feat twice and Russell Wilson has notched that feat three times thus far in his career.

It's clear that Jackson is in a different class of dual-threat quarterbacks and the Ravens fully take advantage of it. He owns 10 career games with at least 100 rushing yards.


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