Dealing with more than their fair share of 2020 bad luck, the Cincinnati Bengals have ranged from terrible to fairly good in stretches, sometimes in the same game. The flicker of excitement that was growing because of the development of rookie quarterback Joe Burrow ended when the top overall draft pick went down with a season-ending injury Nov. 22. Second-year coach Zac Taylor said Monday that Burrow will have surgery sometime this week.
Cincinnati Bengals rookie quarterback Joe Burrow is expected to have surgery on his injured left knee this week, coach Zac Taylor said Monday. Burrow's season ended Nov. 22 when he was sandwiched between two Washington pass-rushers and his leg was bent severely. The structural damage in his knee requires surgery and extensive rehabilitation.
Giants quarterback Daniel Jones managed to avoid a major hamstring injury after leaving Sunday's game.