Joe Burrow hits Hayden Hurst for touchdown, Bengals lead 14-0

AFC Divisional Playoffs - Cincinnati Bengals v Buffalo Bills
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Cincinnati has jumped out to a 14-0 lead.

The Bengals have gone down the field efficiently on each of their first two drives, with quarterback Joe Burrow hitting tight end Hayden Hurst for a 15-yard touchdown to cap the second.

The Bengals have faced only a pair of third downs, though technically only one counted. The club converted third-and-3 at Buffalo’s 23-yard line with an offside penalty. And then on the next set of downs, Burrow hit Hurst on third-and-7 for the 15-yard touchdown.

Burrow has started the game 9-of-9 passing for 105 yards with a pair of touchdowns. Joe Mixon is also averaging 6.8 yards per carry, recording 34 yards on five attempts.

On the other side, Buffalo has gone three-and-out twice for what’s been a nightmare start for the home team.

7 responses to “Joe Burrow hits Hayden Hurst for touchdown, Bengals lead 14-0

  1. Well this one is going to be over REAL quick. Buffalo oline can’t even give Josh time to look down field

  2. I would say this reminds me of when first ballot HOF QB Russell Wilson put a beat down on the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 48.

    But in that SB Wilson single handedly destroyed Denver. In this one, Burrow is OK but it’s really his teammates.

  3. Don’t worry the refs have their orders buffalo will win. See that td they just took away

  4. Refs cheating again dont worry Buffalo they will make sure you win because we know they want Cheifs and Bills. Love for Damar of course great storylines.

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