Ja’Marr Chase stays hot, catches 2 TD passes vs. Steelers

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As if we weren’t already convinced that the preseason overreactions to Ja’Marr Chase’s dropped passes were greatly exaggerated, the No. 5 overall pick decided to double-dip in the end zone Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

After catching a touchdown pass in each of his first two regular-season games, the former LSU star decided to take things up a notch in Week 3, hauling in a pair of scoring tosses from his college teammate, Joe Burrow.

Chase led the Bengals with 65 yards on four receptions, averaging over 16 yards per catch as Cincy knocked off their AFC North rivals, 24-10.

He made some NFL history along the way, too:

While there may still be criticism from those who think the Bengals should have taken an offensive lineman with their top pick in this year’s draft, it’s a safe bet that they’re not second-guessing themselves right now.

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