Bengali in Cincinnati led by Joe Burrow overcame all the odds against them and made it to the Super Bowl, this is their first time reaching the Super Bowl in 33 years as the wait of many Bengals fans has finally come to an end. over and they’ll be able to watch their team compete at the Super Bowl.
Since drafted by Bengali from LSU with First overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, Joe Burrow changed the way people look at the Bengals franchise as they went from being a laughing stock to a legit AFC Powerhouse in just his first proper season at Cincinnati since his first season was suspended. affected by a major trauma.
Popular ESPN Sports Analyst Stephen A Smith was recently impressed with Joe Burrow’s impact on the Bengals franchise, and although he thinks the Rams are Super Bowl championship contenders, he doesn’t rule out the possibility of the Bengals winning as he has said. , “Joe Burrow is a lousy brother.” , has been throughout the knockout stages so far.
“These brothers are special” – Stephen A Smith in Joe Burrow and the Bengals
Stephen A Smith above First talked about the Bengals’ chances in the Super Bowl against the Los Angeles Rams and said, “Cincinnati is going to LA with nothing to lose, they’ve got a quarterback who in his first proper season in the NFL has already take them to the Super Bowl.”
He added, “Do you Joe Burrow went there with JaMarr Chase, T Higgins, etc. Burrow defeated the Titans while being fired 9 times and I believe, they are being ignored. ”Stephen A says, “These brothers are very special, especially in the offensive end.”
Joe Burrow very confident of taking this young team to win the Super Bowl because they have nothing to lose and they showed the world what they are capable of when they beat both No.1 and No.2 at AFC. on the way to the Super Bowl, it’s an amazing achievement for this young group real players can spoil the Rams party at home.
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