Cincinnati Bengals QB Joe Burrow is out for the season. He has torn a ligament in his wrist that he uses to throw. Also, Coach Zac Taylor stated Burrow needs surgery. According to bookie PPH reports, Burrow left the game in the second quarter. In addition, his team lost to the Ravens 34-20.
Burrow, the quarterback, winced as he made some practice tosses on the sideline, and the ball fell out of his fingers. Furious, Burrow stormed out to the changing rooms.
Burrow’s career ends in Week 11 for the second time in his four years in the NFL. In a 2020 match against Washington, he suffered a torn ACL and MCL in his left knee.
Joe Burrow is Out for the Season
When Burrow exited, he had completed 11 of 17 passes for 101 yards and a score. His backup, Jake Browning, has taken over as the starting for the remainder of the season.
Following consecutive defeats, Cincinnati is now 5-5 overall. On Friday, an informed source told bookie pay per head reviews and news sites that the NFL will investigate why Cincinnati omitted Burrow on the team’s injury report. The review is not being publicly addressed, so the source talked to the AP on the condition of anonymity.
A video showing Burrow alighting from a team bus with his hand in a soft cast was shared and then deleted from the Bengals’ social media accounts.
A sports betting platform provider has already adjusted its markets and odds to reflect the impact of Burrow’s season-ending injury. It is vital to ensure you adjust your lines after the announcement of a key player’s injury.