New York Giants rookie quarterback DANIEL JONES

…. had 308 yards and four touchdowns while Arizona rookie quarterback KYLER MURRAY passed for 324 yards and three touchdowns with one interception in Week 10.

With Jones and Murray, Week 10 of the 2019 season is the first week in which two rookie quarterbacks each recorded at least 300 passing yards and three touchdown passes in NFL history.

Jones, who also had four touchdown passes in Week 8, is the fifth rookie quarterback with at least two games of four touchdown passes in NFL history, joining ROBERT GRIFFIN III (two games in 2012), MARCUS MARIOTA (two in 2015), Pro Football Hall of Famer FRAN TARKENTON (three in 1961) and DESHAUN WATSON (three in 2017).

Making his 10th career start, Arizona rookie quarterback KYLER MURRAY threw three touchdown passes to wide receiver CHRISTIAN KIRK in the Cardinals‘ Week 10 loss.

From Week 4 to Week 10, Murray attempted 211 consecutive passes without an

Surpassing DEREK CARR (176 attempts in 2014) and DAK PRESCOTT (176 in 2016) for the longest streak of consecutive pass attempts without an interception by a rookie quarterback in NFL history.

Murray, who has 2,553 passing yards and 351 rushing yards in his first 10 starts, joined DAUNTE CULPEPPER (2000), CAM NEWTON (2011) and DESHAUN WATSON (2017-18) as the only quarterbacks to record at least 2,500 passing yards and 250 rushing yards in their first 10 career starts in NFL history.

With Murray (22 years and 95 days old) and Kirk (22 years and 357 days old) connecting on three touchdowns, it marked the first time since November 11, 1962 (Pro Football Hall of Famer FRAN TARKENTON and CHARLEY FERGUSON) that two players under the age of 23 connected on three touchdowns in a single game.

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