Blake Bortles — for all his inconsistencies — is an incredibly productive quarterback. So much so that he has the 16th most passing yards of any quarterback in NFL history through his first five seasons in the league and he still has 12 regular season games to go.
And conceivably he could jump into the top freaking five if he continues to sprinkle in these 300-yard games that have made up half his season so far.
Most passing yards through first five seasons
I guess that’s what happens when you average over 557 pass attempts per season your first four years in the league.
To get to the top five, Blake would have to throw for another 2,935 yards this year, an average of 244.5 yards per game.