Ja’Marr Chase has only been in the NFL for two seasons but has made an instant impact on the Cincinnati Bengals offense.
He logged over 1,000 yards in each of his first two years and won Rookie of the Year in 2021.
His connection with Joe Burrow is undeniable, and Chase continues to have his sights set high for his future.
In recent comments, via the Bengals website, Chase indicated that he wants to break “every receiver record they have.”
Ja'Marr Chase wants to break every Bengals receiving record, from T.J Houshmandzadeh's 112 catches to Carl Pickens' 17 TDshttps://t.co/86HsBSwZa8 pic.twitter.com/sq6oDQThVG
— Around The NFL (@AroundTheNFL) May 18, 2023
In just two seasons, Chase has found himself 21st on the list in Bengals history for career receiving yards.
While he has a long way to break Chad Johnson’s (Ochocinco) records, Chase believes that he has the physical abilities to get it done.
Johnson is one of, if not the greatest receiver in Bengals history.
He was one of the most electric players in the NFL and seemed to provide a highlight-reel play every game.
Chase has certainly established himself as a similar caliber of player to the team legend.
Burrow has been rumored to get a contract extension soon, a confirmation that he would be tied to Chase for the foreseeable future.
With Burrow as his quarterback and Chase’s athletic prowess in mind, he believes that anything is possible.
Johnson had 751 career receptions, 66 touchdowns, and 10,783 yards.
When his career is over, will Chase eclipse those numbers?
It’s early in his career, but, with a few more massive seasons, Chase could quickly climb franchise leaderboards.
Chase and the Bengals have more than individual accolades in mind, as they look to get back to the Super Bowl this season.NEXT: NFL Analyst Comments On What Joe Burrow Needs To Win