WATCH: Just like they use to on Saturdays, Joe Burrow finds Ja’Marr Chase

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The NFL season returned on Thursday night but in the early action on Sunday, two former LSU Tigers were looking to get things rolling for the Cincinnati Bengals.

In his first game back for the Bengals, quarterback Joe Burrow was looking for his former target, Ja’Marr Chase. Let’s just say it doesn’t look like anything has changed since the 2019 College Football Playoffs national championship game.

Thus far in the game, Burrow has completed 11/13 passes for 134 yards and two touchdowns against the Minnesota Vikings. Burrow found Chase on three different occasions totaling 80 yards with one touchdown. Chase has come under criticism, but it appears that he is looking to quiet them down very early in his career.

As the game heads into halftime, the Bengals are on top 14-7 over the Vikings. Joe Burrow looks solid in his regular-season game since the horrific injury, while Chase made history as the first Bengal to ever wear No. 1 in a game.

Check out these highlights from the former LSU dynamic duo:

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