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Former LSU linebacker Patrick Queen didn't take it easy on his former teammate Joe Burrow on Sunday...

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Patrick could have Saint Joe to the emergency room. He hit him pretty good but the entire planet knows that could’ve been fatal
Reply7 months
I like how he didn’t try to kill him on the hit....respect!!!
Reply7 months
Joe tried to catch him...always hustling
Reply7 months
How awesome of a 30 for 30 would it be if these two stayed with their teams, became perineal all-pros and had a real rivalry rooted in mutual respect. Would love to see that.
Reply7 months
Saints passed on a good one. AGAIN
Reply7 months
If only he had worn the name of a rapist on his helmet.
7 months
The Bengal might as well bench Burrow and let some poor second stringer take these hits. Then go into the draft with a top 5 pick, load up in the first 2 rounds with o-lineman, then pick up a receiver. Trade AJ Green, and then go after more o-lineman in free agency. Joe has proven he has "it". He is on pace to put up 4,500 yards and 28 TDs at a 66% completion rate. While playing with a wet paper towel for an O-Line. If he had Brees' or Mahomes' line, hed be a top 3 QB in the league.
Reply7 months
That’s logical. But I’m sure Joe would fight that decision tooth and nail every week until the end of the season. He believes he can win every single game in spite of having zero help. Who knows? Maybe he’s more right than we all think
7 months
God, I miss both of those dudes in Tiger unis!
Reply7 months
It was fun while it lasted
7 months
So true! Jacob Phillips is ballin for the Browns too. Hard to replace those two QBS of the defense.
7 months
Aranda sure knew how to make some NFL LBs
7 months
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