Jackson, Ravens Beat Jets 42-21 to Clinch AFC North Title
Lamar Jackson threw five touchdown passes and the Baltimore Ravens clinched the AFC North title by beating the New York Jets 42-21. Jackson also ran for 86 yards to set the single-season record for yards rushing by a quarterback. Jackson has 1,108 yards on the ground to break the mark of 1,039 set by Michael Vick in 2006 with Atlanta. The Ravens' 10th straight victory provided them with their second straight division title and kept Baltimore on pace to earn the top seed in the AFC playoffs. Sam Darnold threw two touchdown passes for the Jets.