Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow gifted his offensive line cruise journeys for his or her Christmas presents this 12 months, however the second-year quarterback has no real interest in becoming a member of.
Throughout a press convention on Thursday to debate the Bengals’ Week 17 matchup in opposition to the Buffalo Bills, Burrow revealed his disdain for boats.
“I don’t like boats, not a ship man,” he mentioned with fun.
BENGALS QB JOE BURROW REWARDS HIS OFFENSIVE LINE WITH EPIC CHRISTMAS GIFTS
“You’re caught on the market. What if one thing occurs?”
When requested by one reporter why he would ship his offensive line on the market with these considerations, Burrow replied, “I figured they want it.”
The cruise journeys must wait because the Bengals concentrate on Monday night time’s sport in opposition to the Payments.
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“We’ve overwhelmed everyone,” Burrow mentioned. “We all know we will play in opposition to everyone. We’ve carried out it within the greatest moments. So, like I mentioned, we’re treating each sport the identical. We’ve performed everybody within the final two years.”
“We haven’t performed the Payments but, in order that will probably be a enjoyable problem, however they’re good on protection, acquired plenty of veteran guys and know tips on how to play inside their scheme. They play exhausting, they play quick, they play schematically sound, so it’ll be a enjoyable problem.”
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A win for the Bengals, who’re on a seven-game win streak, will give the Kansas City Chiefs the No. 1 seed within the AFC, and the Bengals would take the No. 2 seed.
If the Payments win, they may lock up the highest spot.