Joe Burrow no longer thinks about Super Bowl LVI

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow didn't mope for long after his team lost in the last Super Bowl.

Joe Burrow no longer thinks about Super Bowl LVI

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow didn't mope for long after his team lost in the last Super Bowl.

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“I treated it like any other defeat, said the young prodigy on Tuesday at a press conference. I did my homework the week after [the game]. I watched the movie, saw the things I could improve on and also saw the things we did well. I then put that behind me. We are in the 2022 season now.”

"It's obviously not fun to lose a Super Bowl matchup," Burrow said. It's not something we wanted, but that's in the past and we're on to the next call."

In the 23-20 loss to the Los Angeles Rams in the final game of the 2021 season, Burrow suffered seven quarterback sacks. This aspect of the game has been problematic throughout the Bengals' playoff run. During the last offseason, the general staff in Cincinnati wanted to fix this problem and pulled out their checkbook.

Indeed, offensive linemen La'el Collins, Alex Cappa and Ted Karras were all hired through the free agent market.

Burrow hasn't gone too far on what the arrival of these three big athletes means, although he seems excited by the possibilities his new protectors bring.

"It's early to tell, but I'm going into this season believing that we can open up our possibilities a bit. We may be able to add options, which we weren't able to do last year or in the previous year, ”said the first choice of the 2019 draft.


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