Bengals’ Joe Burrow ‘all systems go’ for week 1

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Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow underwent reconstructive knee surgery on his left knee last December.

According to Dr. Neal ElAttrache, after a long recovery, Burrow is “all systems go” for the Bengals regular-season home opener against the Minnesota Vikings.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter confirmed this earlier today.

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Joe Burrow made a few media appearances throughout the offseason, and while chatting with Cris Collinsworth on his podcast, Burrow said he expected to be ready to take the first snap of week one.

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Before suffering the season-ending knee injury, Joe Burrow made an immediate impact on this Bengals team his rookie year. He started 10 games for Cincinnati and completed over 65% of his passes for 2,688 yards and 13 touchdowns.

We’ve seen a hungry Joe Burrow completely take over college football in a historic way back in 2019.

Could we see a similar thing happen in the 2021 NFL season?

It’s highly doubtful that the Cincinnati Bengals become Super Bowl favorites this season, but don’t sleep on Joe Burrow having an all-time comeback type of year.

With Joe Burrow, I won’t rule anything out.

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