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NFL analyst Scott Pioli, who served as GM for the Cheifs and the Falcons was on “Good Morning Football” this week and talked about the "physical toll" Joe Burrow with the Bengals is concerning to him. Per 247 Sports:
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"His mental and emotional endurance is really strong and it’s really high. He has a unique ability to stay confident," Pioli said this week. He’s got this wonderful balance of being extremely confident without being a jerk. I think the losses will affect him, but to me his emotional and mental endurance are in a good place. He will learn from these losses. I hate saying that people learn from losses but he will somehow get something from those losses.

"The bigger question is what will be the physical toll on his body during these losses? To me, that’s the greater concern. He will be fine emotionally. They just need to find ways to protect him. That offensive line isn’t playing very well. They don’t have a strong running game to help him. I worry more about Joe Burrow’s physical health than his mental health."
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Is Joe gonna have to identify the worst O-lineman, then shank him? 'Cause that's how a brother gets shanked, yo.
Reply8 months
“Cheifs”...
Reply8 months
Great googily moogily
8 months
Hope he doesnt turn into Andrew Luck 2.0. They HAVE to get him help up front.
Reply8 months
Sad thing is by the time Andrew luck was done, he had one of the best o-lines in football
8 months
"That offensive line isn’t playing very well." No, that OLine S U C K S!!!!!!
Reply8 months
Goes to show that OL didnt win that trophy last year because of Joe, as people assumed! They were pretty dang good!
Reply8 months
He's gonna get Carson Palmer'd isn't he?
Reply8 months
Many promising QB’s careers were ended by horrible o lines
Reply8 months
Many played for the Bengals.
8 months
The duds on the o-line will be identified and replaced - All part of a rebuild around JB.
Reply8 months
You better hope so, because it's BS how he has to run for his life all game.
8 months
David Carr got his arse kicked every game his rookie year and it definitely took a toll on him.
Reply8 months
Yeah Scott, we know, his offensive line is playing like shite and it’s getting him killed
Reply8 months
What offensive line?
8 months
He’ll hold up.
Reply8 months
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