Joe Burrow graded Himself a ‘D’ in his debut rookie as Cincinnati Bengals lost to Los Angeles on Sunday Night in Paul Brown stadium.
Made Too Many Mistakes For Bengals To Win The Match.
Burrow said that the team didn’t make enough, please. However, he quit the blame game and accepted the fact that he had made too many mistakes at the end of the game for the team to win.
A 31-yard field goal prevented Burrow from becoming the first overall QB taken Number one since 2002. David Carr, in 2002 had accomplished this position in his name.
It’s The Team, After All.
Joe was one throw away from leading the team to make a come back to win. He refused to make any excuses for his debut loss and looked forward to the defeat with a sportsman spirit. However, it’s the team that he loses or wins the match. And therefore, the team raved the debut player.
Green said that the rookie was unbelievable. He praised Burrow’s offensive play towards the end when Joe did not have timeouts at his disposal. Green further added that the way Joe had handled himself in the last drive was unbelievable.
Not only this but also Chargers coach Antony Lynn praised Burrow. He addressed Joe as a Young fine quarterback. He also mentioned that he’s not as nimble as people think.