Here was Joe Burrow's message on Twitter after he had to be carted off the field with a left knee injury during Sunday's game.

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Get better sooner Joey Burreaux!
Reply5 months
Now the Saint could trade Breeze for Burrow.
Reply5 months
This stinks. I love everything about him. One of his best attributes is his toughness. Hopefully that toughness will allow him to make a full recovery and come back better than ever.
Reply5 months
Agree on his toughness but I would add that he is a team first guy.
5 months
Cincinnati where dreams go to die.... we all knew it was coming. What a shite stain of a team
Reply5 months
Shoulda held out for more $$$
Reply5 months
I think you're being facetious, but rookie contracts are slotted
5 months
Noooooooooooooooooooooo!
Reply5 months
This is what happens when you play for teams like the Bengals, teams that DGAF about excellence. Can't wat to see which QB they'll run through the grinder next.
Reply5 months
If they didn’t care, they wouldn’t have taken Burrow 1st overall. That said, they better focus on getting that boy some o-line help and guys that beat coverage quickly.
5 months
If they cared they would have made some moves to improve the O line knowing they were getting JB. They didn’t.
5 months
Still deserves Rookie of the Year.
Reply5 months
Unfortunately hardly any of us are surprised the Bungals couldn’t take care of their star for even a year. Get well Joe!
Reply5 months
I’m surprised his knee had room to cave in with his big dick right next to it
Reply5 months
We love you @JoeyB
Reply5 months
Sucks. Great dude. Anyone who can’t cheer for him is a miserable person. Get well soon JB.
Reply5 months
Whoa, done for the season
Reply5 months
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