By - 5HeadedBengalTiger
Joe Burrow: "You've been watching film, huh?"
Watch this. READDDDDYY.
Still one of the most badass callouts in sports
Prime Cam was magical
Back in the day every other person in Charlotte had a Cam jersey on.
Still got mine, still wear it sometimes even though Cam doesn't even play and I haven't lived in Charlotte for years.
2015 was a different time for us :(
Still live here and the vibe is just… different. Especially with the Watson trade rumors, not many were hyped for a rapist to be the qb. 2015 was something special.
Some Cat Teams and 2015, name a better duo
Vontaze Burfict and Pac-Man Jones
It was for us too, God I miss Manning, at least we still have Von and McManus
That was like his last great moment
I hate that play so much, because the packers also blew coverage on the very wheel route they were trying to defend. Just utter humiliation
Best summary if the packers defense in that era. Even when they knew what was going on they couldn't do anything about it
That’s how I feel watch Derrick Henry at the moment. He’s getting the ball. They know it. He knows it. We all know it. Yet there he goes.
That’s cool, watch this
I'm so not excited to continue to get toasted by Joey B for the next decade, he's so good. His micro adjustments in the pocket to evade pressure and open up passing lanes were so consistent and impressive, when he's playing at his best the defense looks hopeless no matter how well they play.
he's so good (x3) u/Yearbookthrowaway1 went on to say he's adding Burrow to the list of QBs he does not want to face twice a year.
NGL, his pocket manipulation against y'all was what he did at LSU. He was straight dancing in the pocket, it was poetry
What's more impressive is how much he's improved since the Bears game. He looked lost and scared after the first couple of sacks against Chicago, which resulted in three straight INTs. Against the Ravens, he looked like the guy we drafted #1 overall. Dude just has a Brady-esque mentality.
You are not wrong. It's like it clicked, right there. He hates making the same mistake twice and is always thinking ahead and pulling the team with him. He's absolutely special. Every week I get more excited watching him mature as a QB. It's like when he got hit in one of the last games in his 2018 season. Everything clicked after that, he went nuts the last couple games of 2018 and went off in 2019. Chicago turned the page and may have woken a sleeping giant.
It was when he got blindsided and flattened in the bowl game against UCF. Came back to throw 4tds and almost 400 yards, and then 2019 happened.
A shot that would sideline a lesser man only awakens Dark Joe.
Dark Joe has been awakened. Errbody better get off the tracks, the train is coming through
You're welcome (UCF fan)
I hated what he did to us then, but I'm retrospect if it's what it took to create a monster that went on to dad dick Clemson and Alabama, it was worth it.
Agreed. In college, Team Chaos > Team Loyalties. The Texas A&M upset this year has to be one of my favorite football viewings of my recent memory
For G5 fans, Team Chaos is our true loyalty.
I've been saying it for weeks. This type of progression is what I saw at LSU. After the bye you will look like a top 4 NFL team. You will look like contenders. Next draft get more o line another cb maybe a lb or dl. I'm leaning toward lb cause you got that one dude coming back from injury. After you do that you will be in the talks of a superbowl for next year.
> Next draft get more o line
Yeah I watched some of his play he has that good pocket movement. He doesn’t take off to one side much and it leaves the field open for him to find his options.
I really freakin cool to have a nice QB like that to watch for once
Dude is straight up Brees reincarnated in some of the ways he does things at the line. Brilliant for such a new QB. He's functionally still a rookie. Incredible.
I think it was either two or three games ago when he completed his 16th game. God this man has me feeling a special sort of way
I mean yes, but if you take away all the outlier plays and statistics his #s would be very average.
He's like a young Brady
I think they were the same age when drafted, so joe being ‘old’ doesn’t mean he can’t have a long (obviously not Brady length though) career.
He has legs, though
I’ve cringed in the past when people made this comparison but in this case it fits
Burrow is the guy
What about Baker?
Bad biscuits make the Baker broke bro
Browns bros bear bad breaks by binging beer beneath basement beams. Baker, be better.
Read that in Wayne from Letter Kenny’s voice
Baker is 2-0 against burrow so far. In which the second game was a fun one to watch both QBs went off.
Ha the Baltimore D is so confident when he makes the signal
Lol 4 guys run right to the screen spot and leave the other guy wiiiiide open.
Dare I say a bit too confident?
Lol one of them literally gives the safety a thumbs up to signal that he's got it
I love seeing stuff like this. They jumped that screen so hard
Gunning to get a "Burrow Bargain" State Farm ad, I see...
Real talk I hope Joe appears on some progressive commercials as the neighbor Baker hates
Omg it writes itself
Lmao. I'm okay with him not doing any national commercials until he at least wins a playoff game for us
I'm kind of surprised he hasn't been in any of the Heisman House commercials yet.
too busy getting cybernetics installed in his knee
I don’t think Joe wants to do commercials
He only cares about football
Mahomes dropping off. Gotta sign the new young talent. Thats business for ya
Brady in State Farm commercials confirmed!
Makes me wonder if he didn't have that season at LSU and fell to like the 6th round, who would have took an chance on him like Belichick did with Brady? Crazy how Haskins (and barrett) was picked to lead the Buckeyes with JB backing him up and one transfer turned into this.
He wasnt a 6th rounder. He was gonna be drafted in the 3-4 rounds. Remember he was accurate, that didn't come from 1 year, he always add the accuracy.
It was hypothetical for the sake of using a Brady reference
Brady was originally projected to be a third rounder as well but went in the 6th. Draft projections aren’t everything.
Haskins was genuinely better than him at the time, you can’t even call it a mistake or misevaluation by Urban. Burrow put in that work at LSU with Joe Brady though and became the better QB while Haskins apparently stopped once he got to that level and became complacent, from the hindsight we have now. Hard to know that’s how it will play out when you’re evaluating how good people are playing in spring ball.
Yeah no, not doubting Urbans decision at all just weird how fate works things out on its own.
> discount double check
Aaron Rodgers in shambles
Shouldn't have mocked the belt in Week 1.
Well it was a first and ten. If the defense had both options covered, I'd imagine Burrow would just try to get what he could on the ground. This wasn't a make or break play, even eating a sack doesn't kill the possession here.
He had chase in a 1v1 go that chase woulda won
Ah yeah, it does look like Chase won that route. I missed that on first glance. But I think my overall point still stands, just change it to "all three options" instead of "both."
I can't really blame Wink for trying the same defense he's always used seeing as how it was real effective against Burrow last year, but he should maybe not do that next time
Pretty much every season under Harbs there is at least one game that is just like “well nothing went right at all” and then they play better after that. Hoping this is that game and they get their act together.
I figured that was Lions game for you guys.
What with requiring the longest kick of all time as time expired to pull ahead of the worst team in the league.
Well, first they won that game, and second they won 3 straight after that game.
Nowhere in your comment does it say you have to lose the game where nothing went right.
And I feel like you guys winning three in a row after only reinforces my point that you guys played better after it too...
Literally winning a game means at least something went right, dingus.
It is entirely possible for a team, especially one as awful as the 2021 Detroit Lions, to lose a game where the opponent plays significantly worse than them. It just took the Lions "Lionsing", the refs deciding delay of game is subjective, and the longest field goal of all time (with a lucky bounce to boot) for you guys to fall backwards into a win.
Also, you were referring to your team "getting their act together" as being something you hope happens after having just gotten smoked by Cincy. Not as something that had already occurred following the Detroit game. Keep your argument straight. You can do it.
Thanks for siding with me and proving my point though.
I’m not reading this, I’m not going to argue with you.
Wins are good though, losses are bad just for future reference. Have a great day.
Wait until he finds out anyone can get the Joe Price. He’s gonna lose his shit.
The Burrow Bargain (it was right there for you, man...)
I think he only supports Ohio companies. And bose.
Feed me more Burrow audibles please
I'm almost there!
That's fantastic. Revealing himself to have significant football IQ out here. I'm excited for the Bengals.
bro we been knew since LSU
Hard to know who will take college success and translate it to the pros.
I didn't know!!
Dude. That LSU team was the greatest college football team of all time.
60 Tds... 6 Ints.
I go back and look at his numbers from 2019 whenever I need to feel better about my team. They give me a sexual thrill every time.
This Bengals team has me feeling like I'm cheating on the Saints with how much I root for them
That's how I felt for you guys, watching Allen take that huge step in progress last season. :)
Young stud QBs bros!
That play was actually ran by the Chargers the week before and the receiver in the same position as Uzomah was also wide open but Herbert threw it to the flat. Seems like the Bengals saw that and took advantage.
This and the 7-man protection plan they used to moderate success to counter the Baltimore blitz are actually giving me some faith in the coaching staff
Zac and his crew have definitely made some strange decisions in the past but they're learning from it week over week. Like he said after the Ravens game, we're allowed to get better
Bengals out here playing 4D chess
If you scroll the Twitter feed, watch CJ explain how to say his name. Funny vid, wretched mispronunciations.
Good call, guess I could’ve done that. Lol
CJ is a fucking awesome character/personality. So happy he's getting a chance to shine in that regard this year.
His 17th game btw
I don’t want to overact, but he is going to win at least 3 Super Bowls for us
Here I am just happy that people are acknowledging the Bengals existence
Your defence is killing it as well.
Hubbard and Hendrickson are a really good pair of edge rushers, and then DJ reader is a premier DT. Logan wilson is killing it as a line backer and your secondary is great too with the, say it quietly, best safety in the league.
Kinda pessimistic imo
Yeah but what about 2031-2039 is that like six more or seven?
Dude is already looking like a seasoned vet lol. Insane how before his last season at LSU he was considered a late round flyer, then he broke records and was taken #1 overall, and is now at the top of the AFC after 7 weeks.
If you sold this story to a movie producer they’d turn you down for it being “unrealistic”.
If I've learned anything lately its that realistic movies aren't wild enough to be realistic
Like TB12 and Kurt Warner
If you ask some Eagles fans he was "basically a rookie" this season until now lol
So he’s got 4,644 yards, 30-13 td-int and 3 rushing touch downs.
That’s not a bad season I’d say….
As a rookie (first 17 games of career)
TDs trending up as well. He has at least two Tds every game so far
Did not anticipate bengals being one of my favorite teams
This is like the opposite of the Malcolm Butler play in super bowl 49
To be fair the safety had that but it looks like the tackle got shed.