The Cincinnati Bengals have done well this season. Sitting at the top of the AFC Points table, they have won as many as 9 and have lost 6 games. After a good win against the Broncos, the Bengals took on the Ravens and ended up winning the competition in an emphatic style.
Although the Cincinnati Boys had a lot of positives to draw from the game, one man’s performance was so good that everyone who watched the game or even saw the stats can say without a doubt that it was his day and that man, is star quarterback Joe Burrow.
“I do Whatever it takes to win the game”: Joe Burrow
Records were set to tumble as Joe was on fire against the Ravens. The QB punctured the spirits of the Ravens by setting a franchise record for the most passing yards in a single game. He was 37-of-46 passing for 525 yards, with as many as four touchdowns and no interceptions at all.
He broke Boomer Esiason’s record who threw for 490 yards against the Los Angeles Rams way back in 1990. Elated after the win, Joe claimed that his focus is always on giving the best for the side. “You know, I really don’t think about the yards too much,” said Burrow. “Whatever it takes to win the game. Today, it took throwing for 525 yards,” he added.
Burrow’s partnership and co-ordination with wide receiver Tee Higgins is just impeccable. Against the Ravens, Tee finished with a career-high 194 receiving yards and two touchdowns. The Bengals will take on the Chiefs in their next encounter with an aim to extend their winning run even further.