BALTIMORE (WMAR) — The Pro Football Hall of Fame has received the game used jersey and cleats worn by Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, during a historic performance against the Cincinnati Bengals.
During the week 10 Ravens victory, Jackson became only the second quarterback in NFL history to record two perfect passer ratings in two separate games in the same season.
The last and only other player in NFL history to accomplish that feat was Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, in 2007.
In the November 10 game, Jackson posted the perfect 158.3 quarterback rating by throwing three touchdowns, rushing for another, and completing 15 of 17 passes for 223 yards.
The first game Jackson put up a perfect quarterback rating was the season opener against the Dolphins in Miami.
Following his performances in each game against the Bengals and Dolphins, Jackson was named the AFC Player of the Week, an award he's won three times in 2019.