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Former LSU quarterback Joe Burrow got his first NFL win with the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday with a 33-25 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The first-round draft pick passed for 300 yards with 1 touchdown and 1 interception and received the game ball after the win.

After the game, Burrow said the game ball is not going into any trophy case...

Per PFT.com:
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“It was a really good football, so I just threw it right back in with the other game balls so we don’t lose it,” Burrow told PFT by phone after the 33-25 win over Jacksonville.

“[W]e’re gonna use it for the game next week,” Burrow added. “You only get so may. You’ve got to keep them when you can.”
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Big dick Joe
Reply7 months
That black and orange uniform looks odd on him.
Reply7 months
Watching a legend grow from our garden is something beyond special......we are so fortunate to be witness in real time.
Reply7 months
It would have been a match made in heaven if Joe and Clyde could have ended up on the same team.
Reply7 months
I just want to see the Ohio teams switch QB's. Browns have 500% the talent and Burrow kept the Bengals with-in 1 score. Browns + Burrow is a SuperBowl contender today.
7 months
Team leader! He gets respect because of his actions...
Reply7 months
This dude as much as I can’t stand him, always wants me to like him
Reply7 months
Guy just gets it he is gonna be the reason I continue to follow some NFL. Fun to watch grow and become a leader of the game. He is the type of guy that can save this league as others realize this is how players should act and lead other men.
Reply7 months
I’m such a fanboy, I don’t even know what to say anymore.
Reply7 months
GOAT
Reply7 months
Ole Joey Burreaux is a "Class Act:!
Reply7 months
You can see this kid’s charisma from space. My god....
Reply7 months
I picked up his Heisman Trophy for $350 on eBay.
Reply7 months
The game is in the past. Continue looking forward.
Reply7 months
He knows that ball isn't making his already very prestigious trophy case.
Reply7 months
Unreal the moxy on this kid
Reply7 months
That guy is just built differently
Reply7 months
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