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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
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That black and orange uniform looks odd on him.
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Watching a legend grow from our garden is something beyond special......we are so fortunate to be witness in real time.
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It would have been a match made in heaven if Joe and Clyde could have ended up on the same team.
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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.
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Team leader! He gets respect because of his actions...
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This dude as much as I can’t stand him, always wants me to like him
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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.
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I’m such a fanboy, I don’t even know what to say anymore.
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GOAT
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Ole Joey Burreaux is a "Class Act:!
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You can see this kid’s charisma from space. My god....
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I picked up his Heisman Trophy for $350 on eBay.
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The game is in the past. Continue looking forward.
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He knows that ball isn't making his already very prestigious trophy case.
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Unreal the moxy on this kid
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That guy is just built differently
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