The Baltimore Ravens quarterback became the second player in NFL history to produce a perfect rating (158.3) in at least two games of a season, during the beating of the Cincinnati Bengals.
The first player who had achieved it was Ben Roethlisberger, quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers, who did it in the 2007 season.
Jackson, who started the 2019 season with a perfect rating in Miami, became the sixth player in league history with perfect quarterback ratings in two or more games and did so in game 16 as a starter in his career.
Jackson began the current campaign with questions about whether he could be an effective NFL passer.
When facing Bengals defense, the worst against the race, Jackson and the Ravens attacked by air.
Before leaving the game after three quarters, Jackson completed 15 of 17 passes for 223 yards and three touchdowns. His only incomplete passes occurred when, first, he hit the ball to stop the game clock at the end of the second quarter and then sent a send to tight end Mark Andrew in the final zone, which was close to being caught.
Jackson's best action was when he used his legs. In the middle of the third period, Jackson scored in a 47-yard run in an option play in which he boasted his speed and skill in the open field, when he almost stopped to avoid safety Jessie Bates III and immediately made a turn to make the same with linebacker Nick Vigil and go to the diagonals.
That was the longest touchdown run for an NFL quarterback from a 62-yard Cam Newton on December 10, 2017. It was also the longest for a Ravens player's score since Ray Rice scored in a 51 yards in 2012.