Cincinnati Bengals And Rival Fans Donating to Quarterback Joe Burrow's Foundation Amidst Season-Ending Injury
CINCINNATI — The brutal season-ending injury to Joe Burrow is at least sparking some good deeds from Bengals...and Chiefs fans. Fox19 reported that the Facebook group Chiefs Kingdom has rallied its members to donate $9 to the Joe Burrow Hunger Relief Fund.
Tale Of The Tape: Facts And Figures On First NFL Starts For Bengals As Jake Browning Prepares For Steelers
The Bengals return to work Monday to prepare for their first game since Burrow was declared out for the season with a torn ligament in his throwing wrist. A look at some Bengals' first NFL starts with the help of the Elias Sports Bureau and Pro Football Reference:
Look: Cincinnati Bengals Offensive Tackle Blocked For Jake Browning in High School
Browning posted prolific stat lines from 2012-14, totaling 16,775 passing yards with 229 touchdown passes and 40 interceptions. Williams helped facilitate some of those numbers as the Bengals look to rally with the pair.
Multiple Bengals, Texans players fined by NFL
By far the most stunning fine was for Stanley Morgan, a special-teams call-up who got hit with a $43,709 fine for a hit out of bounds with the crown of his helmet.
Jay Glazer provides a small Joe Burrow update as QB heads for surgery
There, Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer went out and revealed that Burrow will pick his doctor for the season-ending surgery this week. He also added that, specifically, Burrow tore the middle ligament in his wrist responsible for stabilization.
What does Joe Burrow's injury mean for the Cincinnati Bengals this season?
Aaron Rodgers (Jets), who went down with a torn Achilles in week one, was believed to have been ruled out for the 2023 season, but a speedy recovery has the veteran aiming for a December return.
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2023 NFL season, Week 11: What We Learned from Sunday's games
Brock Purdy is perfect in win. Purdy is on a heater, folks. After posting a career-high passer rating of 148.9 in a blowout win over Jacksonville last week, he outdid himself on Sunday, recording a perfect 158.3 rating in the Week 11 triumph over Tampa Bay. He completed all but four of his 25 pass attempts, operated with incredible efficiency, found George Kittle -- who was seemingly wide open all day -- for a pretty touchdown from three yards out, connected with Brandon Aiyuk for the 49ers' longest score of 2023 (a 76-yard reception) and got Christian McCaffrey back in the touchdown game with a 4-yard pass. He could do no wrong, racking up 333 passing yards in what was arguably the best game of his career. The three-game losing streak feels like it happened months ago, and the 49ers are humming with Purdy at the controls.
Separation season: Which teams helped/hurt their playoff chances Sunday?
It’s time to stop being surprised by the Texans, even though quarterback C.J. Stroud did not have his best day. Their victory over the Arizona Cardinals leap-frogged them over the Steelers, putting them into the AFC’s sixth seed and keeping them just on the heels of the Jacksonville Jaguars, who beat the Titans on Sunday, in the AFC South. The Texans beat the Jaguars earlier this season, and that sets up an immensely important game next Sunday, when the Jags visit Houston. Stroud will have to be cleaner than the three interceptions he threw deep in Cardinals territory, but after Jacksonville, only one of the Texans' final six opponents currently has a winning record (Browns, in Week 16).
Chargers HC Brandon Staley defends defensive play-calling in wake of 23-20 loss to Packers: 'So you don't have to ask that again'
"I have full confidence like I've told you -- and like I've told you from the beginning -- I have full confidence in our way of playing. I have full confidence in myself as the play-caller. And the way that we teach and the way that we scheme. Full confidence in that," Staley told reporters. "We've got to bring this group together and do it consistently, and that's where it's at.
Browns set to sign veteran QB Joe Flacco to practice squad
A 14-season veteran, Flacco memorably led the Baltimore Ravens to a Super Bowl win over the San Francisco 49ers to conclude the 2012 season. He played 11 seasons with the Ravens, one with the Denver Broncos and three for the New York Jets, including last season.
Lions QB Jared Goff shrugs off boos, three INTs to lead comeback win over Bears
"So, here's what we know about Goff: At the very least, he's going to be mentally tough and physically tough, and you can always count on that," Lions head coach Dan Campbell said after the game. "You can bank on that. Today, he showed his resiliency, and when we needed those plays, he showed up in no-huddle mode."