So what NFL history did Burrow make on Sunday and will it affect how people view him in the future?
Burrow Has The Most 400+ Passing Yard Games Over First Three Seasons
Joe Burrow broke a record previously held by Dan Marino for most 400+ yard passing games during his first three seasons.
— Sunday Night Football on NBC (@SNFonNBC) October 24, 2022
While Burrow missed most of his rookie season because of an ACL injury, he’s still making history.
Despite the time he’s missed, Burrow now has five 400+ yard passing games in his career.
However, he’s still got plenty of time to add to his historic totals, as his third season is far from over.
His 481-yard game against the Atlanta Falcons also gives him another spot in NFL history.
Burrow Is The Second NFL QB To Hit Another Historic Milestone
With his game against the Falcons, he’s the second QB since 1950 to have at least 475 passing yards, three TDs and one rushing TD in a win.
The only other player to do this was Norm Van Brocklin, who did it with the Los Angeles Rams in 1951.
While some don’t fully believe in Burrow, the numbers he continues to post show how he’s a stud.
However, most of his success is thanks to his teammate, Ja’Marr Chase.
Ever since the Bengals got him in 2021, Burrow’s been a beast in the passing game.
With ten more games left for Burrow this season, he has plenty of time to set new records, while breaking old ones.NEXT: Stats Show Ja'Marr Chase Is Heating Up