Marcus Mariota had a good week.

The former Oregon star was a point-producing machine for those of us deploying him on our fantasy football squads over the weekend. In the Atlanta Falcons’ 28-14 upset win over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, Mariota completed 13 of his 14 passes for 129 yards and two touchdowns while also running for another 50 yards and a score.

It was a historically efficient performance, and one that earned the Falcon quarterback the NFC’s Offensive Player of the Week award.

According to the NFL, Mariota is just the third player in league history to have at least two passing scores, one rushing score, and complete at least 90% of their passes (min. 10 attempts) in a single game.

Mariota is in the midst of a resurgent season in Atlanta. The former Heisman Trophy winner lost his starting job in Tennessee in 2019 and moved on to the Las Vegas Raiders, where he served as a backup for two seasons. This offseason, he signed on with a rebuilding Falcons team that spent a third-round draft pick on Cincinnati quarterback Desmond Ridder.

Instead of yielding to the rookie, Mariota has taken hold of the starting job and helped the Falcons to a 3-3 start. Through his first six games, Mariota has 1,055 yards and six touchdowns while completing 61.3% of his passes. He also has 206 rushing yards and three scores.

The Falcons play the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at 10 a.m. PT.