Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow was required to the medical facility following Sunday’s 25-22 overtime loss to the Green Bay Packers to be examined for a possible throat contusion, the group revealed.
Burrow played all 65 offending snaps in Cincinnati’s defeat. The second-year QB went 26- of-38 for 281 lawns, 2 goals and 2 interceptions in an extremely prepared for head-to-head match with Aaron Rodgers.
The Bengals signal-caller was quickly cared for on the field in the 2nd quarter following a deal with by Packers protective back Darnell Savage on a nine-yard third-down run. Fitness instructors supported Burrow’s head prior to the QB got up and strolled off under his own power. Burrow gone back to the field on Cincinnati’s next drive. It’s uncertain if the possible throat contusion relates to that play.
Burrow missed out on half of his novice season with a torn ACL.
The previous No. 1 total choice is taking pleasure in an excellent sophomore season. In leading the Bengals to a 3-2 record, Burrow has actually finished 71.7 percent of his passes for 1,269 backyards, 11 goals and 6 choices.
Cincinnati heads to Detroit next week to handle the winless Lions. If Burrow can’t go, it’ll be backup QB Brandon Allen under center for the Bengals.