The last time Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow entered FedEx Stadium to play for the Washington football team, he traveled in a medical vehicle.
The 2020 NFL draft pick suffered an anterior cruciate ligament tear and an anterior cruciate ligament tear. Left knee. Meeting with WFT in November. He completed his rookie season, completing 65% of passes for 2,688 yards and a TD / Interception ratio of 13/5. … And he vowed to be stronger than ever.
This will definitely happen to the Bengals, but it won’t happen when the Bengals return to Washington in Week 2 of the NFL preseason on Friday night.
Cincinnati head coach Zach Taylor suggested that Burrow may play at some point during the entertainment season (of course, the third week of preseason is the league’s traditional “rehearsal” time), and Burrow also expressed your desire to participate in a game. before the game … The real thing started to happen in September.
“I want to go there a few times to feel the excitement,” Burrow said recently. Cincinnati and Washington will start at FedExField at 8 pm ET, but the subject of this game will not be the star quarterback. (For example, Washington’s Kyle Allen said he plans to play.) This doesn’t eliminate the direction the Bengals think they are going with Burrow: He has a clear goal of leading the “playoffs” this year. Cincy. -This does not affect WFT’s respect for quarterbacks.
After all, as Washington coach Ron Rivera said before the deciding game in November, if in the 2020 draft, Cinsey (with the first overall pick) picks defensive end Chase Young, then the second-place WFT will pick. to Burrow. .