Take a seat, Peyton Manning. Cool your jets, Jamaal Charles. Slam your hand in a door, Tom Brady. (Wait, he already did.)
In a conference containing some of the best offensive players of the past generation, a second-year receiver has claimed the honors for AFC offensive player of the week for Week Eight of the 2013 season.
Marvin Jones earned it, with a franchise-record four touchdown passes in a 49-9 romp over the Jets.
It was the first time any player caught four touchdown passes since Randy Moss and Terrell Owens did it on the same day in 2007.
That’s good company for a receiver who was selected after Justin Blackmon, Michael Floyd, Kendall Wright, A.J. Jenkins, Brian Quick, Stephen Hill Alshon Jeffrey, Ryan Broyles, Rueben Randle, DeVier Posey, T.J. Graham, Mohamed Sanu, T.Y. Hilton, Chris Givens, Travis Benjamin, Joe Adams, Devon Wylie, Jarius Wright, Keshawn Martin, Nick Toon, Greg Childs, and Danny Coale.