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The Super Bowl hopes for the Cincinnati Bengals just took a huge hit. Bengals Quarterback Joe Burrow has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2023 season due to a torn ligament suffered during Thursday’s 20-34 loss versus the rival Baltimore Ravens.


According to Head Coach Zac Taylor, he will more than likely need surgery.

Burrow immediately grabbed his right arm in pain after throwing a touchdown to running back Joe Mixon in the second quarter of last night’s matchup. After trying to warm up, Burrow headed to the locker room and was ruled out with a sprained wrist. An MRI that the injury was more serious.

Now the 5-5 Bengals will have to rely on Backup QB Jake Browning. Browning, who signed with the Bengals in 2021, struggled in the game, was 8-of-14 passing for 68 yards and a touchdown, most of which was during the team’s final drive. Now the Undrafted QB from the University of Washington will try to help lead a team with Super Bowl aspirations but has struggled with injuries throughout most of the season.

Burrow will finish the season with 2,309 passing yards, 15 touchdowns, 6 interceptions, and a QBR of 53.5%.

The Bengals return Paycor Stadium on November 26th to face the Pittsburgh Steelers in a rivalry game that is not a must-win for the Bengals to stay in playoff contention

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