Joe Burrow has four second half showdowns against other young QBs
Possibly the most anticipated meeting with another young QB this season will be when the Bengals host the Dolphins on December 6. Burrow and the Dolphins
had a memorable game last season when number one LSU won 46-41 at Alabama in a game that produced 34 points in the fourth quarter.
Burrow threw for 393 yards, three TDs, no interceptions and ran 14 times for 64 yards. Tagovailoa threw for 418 yards, four TD and one INT.
The game was fourth out of seven in 2019 that LSU had over a top 10 team. The performance by Burrow against the second-ranked team in the nation helped cement his Heisman Trophy.
Tagovailoa did not become a starter until the seventh game of the season. Tagovailoa has completed 65.4 percent of his passes for 350 yards, three TDs, no INTs and run for 35 yards.
Miami has won their last two games with steady play from Tagavailoa and a dominant defense that has scored TDs the last two weeks. The Miami defense is 21st in passing yards allowed and sixth in touchdowns allowed.
Joe Burrow should be able to move the ball but might find getting in the end zone difficult and needs to avoid turnovers. Burrow has yet to throw multiple interceptions in a game but has thrown one in five of eight games.