Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow was briefly knocked out of the game after suffering a huge success from Philadelphia Eagles defensive lineman Malik Jackson on Sunday.
Burrow went down early in the second quarter. Jackson was reported to have beaten up the passerby. The rookie didn’t appear to have seen Jackson beat him.
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The winner of the Heisman Trophy 2019 has been evaluated and somehow is back in the game.
Protecting the Bengals around Burrow was a focus in the first two games of the season. He was fired six times in the first two games. By the time Burrow went down, the Eagles had already got six hits on him.
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Last week, Burrow threw 61 times, logged more than 300 yards of passing, and had his landing passes for the first time in his career. However, the Bengals lost to the Browns.
The Bengals have struggled on offense all last season. Last week he explained that he doesn’t like to lose. He was undefeated during his senior season with LSU.
“Losing isn’t much fun. This may be the only time in my sports career where I’ve lost two games in a row. It doesn’t feel very good. I know the guys in there are in pain. We’ll go back to work tomorrow and try to fix it. Losing is unacceptable for me, for everyone in there, for the coach [Zac] Taylor and everyone in this organization. We just need to fix it, “he told reporters after the game, according to the team’s website.
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He added: “I will never adapt or accept to lose. This is just something that is not in my mindset, so this 0-2 start really hurts me. I know it’s hurting the coach and everyone else. We will never adapt to defeat. We will never accept to lose. We just have to get it right. “