Lamb became the first player in NFL history to have with 10 or more catches and 150 or more receiving yards. Lamb also became the with three 1,000-yard seasons in his first four seasons.
During Dallas' 41-35 "Thursday Night Football" win over the Seattle Seahawks, Lamb broke a Cowboys record long held by Pro Football Hall of Famer Bob Hayes, the record for the most 100-yard receiving games in a player's first four seasons, 15 such games. Lamb totaled his 16th after a 10-yard catch in the fourth quarter put him over the century mark against the Seahawks in Week 13.
Most 100-yard receiving games through first four seasons in Cowboys history:
|100-Yard Receiving Games
* Currently in fourth NFL season
Lamb's productive 2023 couldn't come at a better time for the 24-year-old since Dallas could look to hand him his second NFL contract in the 2024 offseason before his $17.991 million, fully guaranteed fifth-year option kicks in next season.