Another week, more records

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Justin Herbert threw for 311 yards in his NFL debut.

Tyler Cosier, Staff Writer

Another week has passed in the NFL, and there were two records set this Sunday.

An NFL first happened on Sunday. It was the first home game for the Chargers at the SoFi Stadium. It was also the NFL debut for Justin Herbert. He threw for 311 yards with an equal one touchdown pass and one interception. He also had a rushing touchdown. Meanwhile, Patrick Mahomes threw two touchdown passes with no interceptions. Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce caught a touchdown pass from Patrick Mahomes. L’Jarius Sneed has an interception for Kansas City in their first two games. Harrison Butker kicked a 58-yard field goal in overtime. The Chiefs won 23-20 in overtime. It sent to Chiefs to 2-0.

The first home game for Tom Brady as a Buc was good. He threw an equal one touchdown pass and one interception. Mike Evans had the lone touchdown reception from Brady. Leonard Fournette had two rushing touchdowns. Meanwhile, the Bucs’ opposing quarterback, Teddy Bridgewater threw two interceptions. Christian McCaffrey had two rushing touchdowns for Carolina. Jordan Whitehead and Carlton Davis had the two interceptions for the Bucs. The Bucs won 31-17.

On Thursday night, more history occurred. Joe Burrow became the 1st rookie in NFL history with 60 or more pass attempts with no interceptions. Joe Burrow threw three touchdown passes. He threw one to Tyler Boyd, C.J Uzomah, and Mike Thomas. Even though Baker Mayfield wasn’t as solid as Burrow, the Browns won 35-30. Mayfield threw two touchdowns and one interception. William Jackson III earned the interception for the Bengals.