Cincinnati Bengals with Joe Burrows edged out the Chiefs this Sunday, but the star Quarterback could not finish the game after a knee injury. But thankfully for the team, Burrows reassured his fans that the injury wasn’t serious and said it was only a sore knee and nothing bad. But he will sit out the Bengal vs. Browns game.
Burrows will sit out the Week 18 for the Bengals and be up and running for the playoffs. He said his knee would not be a factor when asked about his availability for the start. He said he would play if needed.
Zac Taylor, the Bengals coach, had the same thing to say. He remarked that Joe’s good when asked about his injury.
Burrows Among Several Players Out For Bengals vs. Browns Game
Burrows confirmed that he will sit out the Bengal vs. Browns game. He said that he is not expected. The Browns are already out of the playoff contention.
Burrows said that this week he would be the backup quarterback and will be helping Brandon. Burrows twisted his right knee later in the win vs. Kansas City. He was taken off the field but made it to the locker room on his own.
The 3rd or 4th seed will likely be online in the Bengals vs. Browns game. Zac Taylor is already in full preparation. Burrow is one of the many who are on the injury roster in the Bengals vs. Browns game.
Other players out in the Bengal vs. Browns game include Jalen Davis with a knee injury, Sam Hubbard, who suffered a thigh injury, and Cam Sample with a hamstring issue. Also, not participating in the Bengals vs. Browns game is Larry Ogunjobi out with illness while Uzomah has a knee and hip injury.
Several starters could be out with the coronavirus in the Bengal vs. Browns game, including Mixon and Hendrickson.