Bo Nix is playing at a Heisman level right now.

That was the reaction on social media to a fifth straight sparkling performance for the Oregon quarterback. Nix has led the Ducks to five consecutive victories after a season-opening loss to Georgia. In each win, he has looked like a full-blown Player of the Year candidate in the Pac-12. He’s doing it on the ground, he’s doing it through the air, and — perhaps most importantly — he’s doing it without turning the football over.

Take a look at his stats over the last five games:

Just for comparison’s sake, USC’s Caleb Williams is firmly believed to be a favorite to land in New York City as a finalist for the Heisman Trophy.

Through six games, Williams and Nix have pretty similar efficiency numbers. Williams is averaging 8.5 yards a pass while Nix is at 8.2. Williams has a 159.5 quarterback rating, Nix is at 157.4. Williams is completing 65% of his passes while Nix completes 70%. Williams is 11th nationally with a Total QBR of 83 this season. Nix is eighth with an 86.2 QBR.

Williams has produced 17 total touchdowns.

Nix has 20.

Since the Georgia game, Nix has only one turnover in five appearances. He’s been playing wonderful football for the Ducks, and the offense is humming, reaching 40 points for the fifth straight game — the first time that’s happened in the same season since 2014.