joe burrow has been ruled out for the Bengals’ Week 11 matchup against the crows after suffering a right wrist injury, the team announced. Cincy’s quarterback went to the locker room midway through the second quarter after suffering an injury to his throwing hand. He was initially listed as questionable to return before he was eventually demoted and left on the shelf for the rest of the night.
That hand had been the topic of conversation before this game after a social media post He caught Burrow wearing some kind of wrap on that hand leaving the team bus in Baltimore.
Burrow completed a touchdown pass to the running back Joe Mixon to cap a 12-play, 82-yard touchdown drive and was noticeably uncomfortable making the throw. He was then treated by trainers in the blue medical tent. On his way out of the store, Burrow tried to throw a couple of passes on the sideline. On his second attempt, Prime Video cameras caught the ball leaving Burrow’s hand as the quarterback shook his head, apparently resigned that he couldn’t catch it.
It was at that moment that Burrow ran to the locker room and Jake Browning He relieved him as quarterback.
Upon leaving the halftime locker room for the third quarter, Burrow emerged in uniform but without a helmet. He was seen putting on a headset to apparently listen to offensive plays. Head coach Zac Taylor later told Prime Video’s Kaylee Hartung that the team likely won’t see Burrow for the rest of the night, which was a precursor to the team officially ruling him out. They made it official in the third quarter.
The former No. 1 overall pick, who had been dealing with a calf injury in the early parts of the season, has finally started to return to form in recent weeks. Since Week 5, Burrow had completed 74.1% of his passes, which was the best completion percentage in the season. NFL about that section. Before suffering the injury, Burrow completed 11 of his 17 passes against the Ravens for 101 yards and a touchdown.