Filed under the heading of things that won't surprise you, Bengals wide receiver Marvin Jones won the AFC Offensive Player of the Week. Jones set a franchise single-game record by scoring four receiving touchdowns during Cincinnati's 49-9 win over the New York Jets on Sunday.
It's the most touchdowns caught in a single-game by anyone in the NFL since 2007 when Randy Moss and Terrell Owens did it. Jones is also the first wide receiver in NFL history to record scoring all four touchdowns on less than 15 yards.
This is the second time in three weeks that Cincinnati has won an AFC Offensive Player of the Week award, joining Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton who won it in week six against the Buffalo Bills.
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