Ja’Marr Chase asked if he should win Offensive Rookie of the Year
Bengals star large receiver JaMarr Chase recorded one of the most prolific performances in NFL historical past in Cincinnati’s win over Kansas Metropolis on Sunday, hauling in 11 passes for 266 yards and three touchdowns.
It marked the most yards ever by a rookie in an NFL recreation and in addition broke the Bengals’ single-game franchise receiving report.
Afterward, Chase was asked by The MMQB‘s Albert Breer if he should win the Offensive Rookie of the Year.
“I higher be,” he responded.
On the season, Chase now has 1,429 receiving yards, fourth-most in the league, and 13 touchdowns, the second-most of any receiver. His 18.1 yards-per-reception is the greatest mark in the NFL this season.
“Our gamers imagine that we’ve acquired pretty much as good of gamers as anyone in the league, and if we exit and play our greatest soccer, we will play with anyone,” coach Zac Taylor advised The MMQB. “That begins with Joe Burrow. That goes to Ja’Marr Chase. It goes throughout our entire group proper now, all these guys that we acquired in that locker room. They’ve acquired the belief of their teammates and so they’ve confirmed us proper.”
Asked if Burrow, who threw for 446 yards and 4 touchdowns in the Bengals’ 34–31 win, should be in the MVP dialog, Chase advised The MMQB, “He should be in the race Positively.”
With the victory on Sunday, the Bengals clinched the AFC North title and are actually set to make their first playoff look since 2015.
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