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Former LSU stars Joe Burrow and Ja'Marr Chase both dominated in the Bengals 34-31 win over the Chiefs on Sunday. The Bengals clinched the AFC North with the victory.

Burrow went 30-of-39 for 446 yards with four touchdowns. He now holds the record for most TD passes in a single season in team history.

Chase finished with 11 receptions for 266 yards and three touchdowns. His 266 receiving yards set a team record and are the most receiving yards in a single game by a rookie in NFL history.

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RightWingTiger29 months
Anybody still saying they shoulda drafted the OL from Oregon, Sewell I believe it was??
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USA1st29 months
All good except for his SJ stocking cap.....why can't they leave that crap out sports.
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yeauxkneauxit29 months
1st video, Honey Badger was right there!
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HC8729 months
That was fun to watch, and certainly brought back some great 2019 memories. Good luck to both as they play-on. GT!
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theBru29 months
Geaux Bengals, these days!
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CanebreakCajun29 months
Those chiefs corners sure give up on plays, they pull up at the 20 yards line wtf.
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Russianblue29 months
Penei WHOwell?
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CDawson29 months
Announcer said, "Brian Callahan has done an outstanding job". That's laughable, Burrow makes any OC look good. Give him Chase and he makes any OC look great. Burrow and Chase made millions for O and Brady.
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NPComb29 months
He’s no Boomer Eisiason
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tigerbutt29 months
You’re right. Joe is so much better.
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LSUstephen1729 months
Exactly he’s that much better. Imagine if he had a OL. THE PRO GEAUXT
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HISTORY IN THE MAKING - Team, Division, Conference, League. Soon Burrow & Chase will set new records in all. Becoming legends on the big stage.
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Jabontik29 months
Chase with the most rec yard by a rookie WR in NFL history, wow just wow. So glad we had a chance to see him and Joe light it up in 2019
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Deuces29 months
It was also Justin Jefferson’s record he broke. Unreal lol
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LSU_Legz29 months
JJ actually still has 12 more yards this season so far, so he is still the record holder. But damn those 2 guys are hella fun to watch!
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HubbaBubba29 months
@LSU_Legz. JJ is not a rookie this year. The record discussed was most by a rookie.
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panzer29 months
It’s like 2019 all over
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oneg8rh8r29 months
Burrow not selected for the Pro Bowl was a crime.
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TigerMan7929 months
It's actually a blessing in disguise. Look at his stats since not making Pro Bowl ????
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tucoco29 months
Had JB not gotten hurt last season he would have been NFL offensive rookie of the year, and not Justin Herbert. I really like Justin Herbert, but I knew Joe was the better QB. They the ESPN analysts, afficionados and so-called football experts were talking up Justin Herbert during the off-season. Even going as far as to say that Cincinnati should have drafted Herbert. Lol I kept saying wait till Burrow returns, then they'll see who is the really better QB. Well, case closed this year now! Lol
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whodatfan29 months
No. Demario Davis not selected was a crime. Marques Colston never selected was a crime. Pro Bowl is a joke.
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