Fred Jackson became just the second player in team history to post some pretty remarkable production, and the first is a Hall of Famer.
With 120 rushing yards against Washington, Jackson became just the second player in team history to tally 700 rushing yards or more through the first seven games of a season. Jackson has 721 rushing yards after Sunday’s effort.
Only O.J. Simpson racked up more yardage in the first seven games of a season rolling up 1,005 in 1975 and 1,025 in 1973.
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