CeeDee Lamb moves way up the NFL record books

The records keep coming for Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb. After eclipsing Hall of Famer Michael Irvin’s single-season franchise marks for receptions and yards, he moved up the NFL records in Week 18.

Lamb came into the final regular season game with 1,651 receiving yards, which is No. 19 in league history. He proceeded to continue the season-long heater, making 13 catches for 98 yards and two touchdowns in the dominant 38-10 victory.

Sunday’s performance moves him up to 1,749 yards, which makes it the eighth-most receiving yards in a season in NFL history, according to Pro Football Reference. Some may put an asterisk since it came in 17 games, but it’s the new norm. And with the way the Cowboys have buried games early and often this season, the numbers could be higher.

On top of that impressive mark, Lamb added to the record books in other ways during the Dallas victory.

Lamb’s fourth season has proved to be his best, and there is no doubt that he’s one of the league’s finest receivers. The momentum continues for the Cowboys No. 1 receiver as the team awaits their wild card matchup in AT&T Stadium as the No. 2 seed.

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Story originally appeared on Cowboys Wire