Cincinnati Bengals QB Joe Burrow and his roster find themselves in a very unique yet exciting position. The young QB has been a big difference between them, winning and losing games.

 

 

But entering the Super Bowl, Burrow will be against the Los Angeles Rams and their superior defensive setup. The exceptionally talented players of the Rams possess the potential to be nightmarish for Burrow and his young Bengals squad.

 

 

 

 

Cincinnati Bengals QB Joe Burrow and his roster find themselves in a very unique yet exciting position. The young QB has been a big difference between them, winning and losing games. But entering the Super Bowl, Burrow will be against the Los Angeles Rams and their superior defensive setup.

 

 

 

 

The exceptionally talented players of the Rams possess the potential to be nightmarish for Burrow and his young Bengals squad.
The AFC Championship game against the Kansas City Chiefs was a comfortable outing for the Bengals QB. He only was sacked once by the Chiefs’ defense, a game in which the Bengals showed a lot of heart and spirit. But their Super Bowl opponents, the Rams, are out for blood with QBs like Tom Brady, Jimmy Garoppolo, and Kyler Murray already being slain.

Joe Burrow backs his team to step up and execute

On Monday, Burrow showed great awareness while talking about the Rams at the Super Bowl LVI Opening Night. He states that the Rams are formidable defensively, and have players like Von Miller, Aaron Donald, and Leonard Floyd.

 

 

He backs his teammates while stating that they have put in a lot of work to quit now. Burrow shows faith in the coaching staff to chalk out plans to restrict their pressure on QB Burrow. The Bengals have been winning games on small margins this season, and his plan involves a two-step process.

 

 

 

 

He states, “It’s going to be how, one, I handle the pressure — how I’m able to get the ball out of my hands and get it to my playmakers in space. And two, how we’re going to be able to handle them upfront. I have the utmost confidence in our offensive line to make it happen.”

 

 

But how much of the plan will work remains a mystery, with the Rams defensive stars showing no signs of stopping. But if the Bengals are willing to pay the price and take the hits, they are in with a chance to do something magical.

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