Midfielder of Cincinnati Bengals Joe Burrow was on a show against the Baltimore Raven, throwing 525 yards and four touchdowns on the way to a devastating victory, 41-21.
Victory gives Bengali sole ownership 1st place in Northern AFC, and Burrow showed why he’s one of the NFL’s best young defenders in victory.
After the game, Burrow told ProFootballTalk that he had “no sympathy” for his tier opponent after the Bengals took the lead over the Ravens.
“This is the NFL,” Burrow told ProFootballTalk. “This is not a peewee, this is not a high school where you go out and run after the scores. You play until the final whistle blows. I don’t care what the score is. We’ve been in places where teams go out and do it with us. They did that to us last year. No sympathy from me”.
Burrow has dominated Raven this season, and he made history while at it.
That’s right, the Burrow owns the Crows.
Ravens defensive coordinator Don “Wink” Martindale has commented on Burrow’s appearance for the week, saying he is not ready to bring the midfielder into the Hall of Fame.
The Burrow replied after the victory.
The Bengals have a big game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 17, but they’ve put themselves in a great position to reach the knockout stages with another win over a similarly ranked opponent.
It will be interesting to watch Cincinnati’s WynnBET . split win rate before Week 17.
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