Jameis Winston has enjoyed success during his short career, earning a trip to the Pro Bowl as a rookie and becoming just the third first-year quarterback in NFL history to throw for more than 4,000 yards. Now in his second season, Winston has proved that 2015 was no fluke.
At the pace he's on, Winston will finish his first two years having thrown for 8,282 yards, which would be the most ever by a quarterback in their first two seasons. Shortly behind would be Andrew Luck (8,196), Cam Newton (7,920) and Peyton Manning (7,874). Winston could find himself in a similar situation in terms of touchdowns as well. He's on pace for 53, which would be tied for the second-most touchdowns from any quarterback in their first two seasons.
Here's a look at how Winston's projected* numbers stand compared to other quarterbacks in their first two years.
Note: numbers for Tennessee's Marcus Mariota^ are not projections.