Quarterback Joe BurrowThe first-place thrower was, with 26 touchdowns. Cincinnati Bengals, just completed the “biggest backhanded compliment” on Wednesday, according to Twitter users. (Watch the video.)
In explaining the team’s low COVID-19 incidence amid the NFL’s surge in cases, the former Heisman Trophy winner said, “We’re doing a great job with our COVID protocols. Fortunately there’s not a ton to do in Cincinnati. … Nobody’s going out to clubs and bars and getting COVID every weekend.”
Burrow smiled, but it may have not been the most flattering way to win over locals.
COVID-19 is rampaging through the league, partly due to the omicron variation. Over 200 participants have come up positive over the last week. CBS reported.
However, the Bengals hold the AFC North lead with an 8-6 record. They have one player on their Reserve/COVID roster. Sports IllustratedReport on Thursday. They will be facing the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. least a dozenDue to COVID, players are forced out
So three cheers for Cincy’s maybe-less-than-stellar entertainment scene?