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Yup, thats right... LSU quarterback Joe Burrow is No. 1 in the Pro Football Focus Heisman watch after Week 4.

Burrow passed for 398 yards and six touchdowns vs. Vanderbilt last Saturday, setting a school record for most passing touchdowns in a single game. He now has 1,520 passing yards and 17 passing touchdowns on the season. He also has one rushing touchdown.

The senior from Athens, Ohio is ahead of Oklahoma QB Jalen Hurts, Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa, Ohio State QB Justin Fields, and Texas QB Sam Ehlinger in the PFF Heisman Watch:
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1. JOE BURROW, QB, LSU
The leader in the clubhouse for the past three weeks did nothing to allow anyone to surpass him this week as he set LSU records in his victory over Vanderbilt. He targeted Ja’Marr Chase heavily and even vaulted Chase onto this list below but Burrow’s day was outstanding. On throws targeted at least 10 yards downfield, he completed 12-of-17 passes for 275 yards and three of his scores while connecting on three big-time throws. Most importantly, he’s limited himself to just three turnover-worthy passes all season long as he’s taken care of the ball with near perfection.
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Lucky we were able to get this guy...he has the “it” factor
Reply19 months
The number of downfield throws with only 3 "turnover worthy throws" is really impressive.
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