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Ja’Marr Chase continues to show Randy Moss-level ability down the field

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When you have a receiver that can stretch the field vertically, your offense becomes that much more dynamic. So far, the Cincinnati Bengals have gotten that and then some from rookie WR Ja’Marr Chase.

Chase hauled in a 70-yard touchdown reception from Joe Burrow in Sunday’s tough loss to the Green Bay Packers. That gives Chase five touchdowns for the season, with four of them being at least 34 yards.

According to Elias, the only rookie receivers to accomplish such a feat since the 1970 merger are Chase and some guy named Randy Moss. You may have heard of him.

Of Moss’ four such touchdowns, his longest was from 52 yards, so Chase has some bragging rights thanks to his 70-yard touchdown in Week 5. Bottom line, Chase is on a tear and Bengals fans are entirely grateful for it.

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