Joe Burrow limps off after Super Bowl record-tying seventh sack

Super Bowl LVI - Los Angeles Rams v Cincinnati Bengals
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Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow has been beaten up in Super Bowl LVI.

Burrow was sacked for the seventh time in this game, tying the Super Bowl record, and he immediately grabbed his knee in pain and limped off the field.

Sacks have been a major problem for Burrow all season and in the playoffs, and the Super Bowl has been no different: The Rams’ pass rush has been all over him.

Still, the Bengals have a 20-16 lead in the fourth quarter.

12 responses to “Joe Burrow limps off after Super Bowl record-tying seventh sack

  1. After a quick fantastic start of the 2nd half by the Bengals…both offenses are playing like they’ve never touched a football before.

  2. Cincy’s play-calling seems to be in a rut, and that drop by Boyd was a killer. They keep this up, and the Rams will end up doing something like a game-winning score just before time runs out.

  3. This line is going to get him killed. He takes more of a beating than josh allen who runs more. Fix that line before this kills him

  4. mrnegativity says:
    February 13, 2022 at 9:29 pm
    How about some bootleg plays to get Burrow away from the pass rush?

    Why cant the coach figure that out. He was out coached by calling crap offense to be honest. Tight ends, spreading the ball, mixing it up. They beat KC by scrambling on big plays and he absolutely gave that up in this game and took a beating for it.

  5. I don’t care how good your offense is. You escaped 9 sacks b/c of Tannehill ineptitude. You ain’t winning if you give up 7 sacks.

  6. Seven sacks? He was sacked 9 times earlier in the playoffs.
    He should get rid of the ball. He’s on his way to another torn alc

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