“Stay on track,” Bengals QB Joe Burrow makes a BIG revelation about the NFL season after 2nd consecutive defeat

Joe Burrow appeared on the Colin Cowherd podcast and revealed his plans moving forward with the Bengals and start winning.

Joe Burrow after the Super Bowl
Joe Burrow
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Joe Burrow and the Bengals have had one of the worst starts of the season for a team. They played two games and lost both of them. The Super Bowl finalists have failed to impress the fans and aren’t looking like serious contenders this season.

Bengals star QB Joe Burrow is also out of form. The Bengals QB currently leads the league in getting sacked thirteen times in two games. After their 2nd consecutive loss Joe Burrow was highly optimistic when speaking to Colin Cowherd about the loss to the Cowboys.

Joe Burrow pointed out that the first half performance by the Bengals was abysmal and they tried to pick up the pace in the second half but till then the damage was done. The Bengals have a weak offensive line that hasn’t got better in the preseason.

Joe Burrow also urged the team to stay on track and eliminate all the useless penalties. The QB also looked confident coming into the 3rd game of the season and believes that the Bengals will snatch a win.

“Let’s just take a deep breath and relax. We are going to be fine,” Burrow said, per The Athletic. “Obviously we have to play well and get a win, you can’t go down 0-3. But nobody is panicking.”

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“We are getting this thing right. Nobody is panicking”: Joe Burrow is confident for the 3rd game of the season

Colin Cowherd and Joe Burrow
Colin Cowherd and Joe Burrow

According to some sources, Joe Burrow has also deleted Instagram and Twitter from his mobile phone to prepare for their next game against the New York Jets. The Bengals are in a bad form and they’ll need to be confident if they want a result against the Jets.

The Bengals lost out their first 2 games due to silly mistakes and errors, Joe Burrow urged the team t avoid these mistakes and then they can surely win against the Jets and start their winning streak like last season.

“We were in here talking about the same exact stuff, several times last year,” Burrow said. “Everyone saw how it worked out.”

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