Her support of the Bengals’ signal-caller first came to our attention when she listed Burrow as a potential dark horse to win the MVP award in 2021. That was big news at the time and Adams hasn’t backed down from her stance on that Burrow is the real deal.
On Friday, Adams stated that she believes Burrow will lead the Bengals to the playoffs in his second season at the helm.
"I’m not even going to say that the addition of Chase helps Burrow lead the AFC North in passing yards, I think it helps lead this team to the playoffs.~~~I think this Bengals team got better than a lot of people realize."
She obviously says a lot more than what I quoted above but these were the hard-hitting parts for me from Adams’ segment, which you should all watch (it’s included in the tweet above). She’s been high on Burrow and this year’s Bengals team all offseason long and it’s nice to have a supporter during these rougher seasons.
Joe Burrow could lead the Cincinnati Bengals to the playoffs.
Anything is possible, right? The Browns had a winning record last year and won a playoff game, so that right there proves that Cincinnati might not be destined for misery on the football field.
If anyone is going to take this team to the next level, it’s Burrow. He’s a superstar and we didn’t get to see that come to fruition last year due to the injury he suffered late in the season. Burrow is the quarterback the Bengals need right now and they drafted Ja’Marr Chase so that he could have his favorite weapon back at his disposal.
As Adams said, Chase is going to be a huge addition to this team and could be the difference-maker for them on offense. She said she thinks he’ll be the reason Burrow leads the division in passing yards and why the team will make the playoffs and those are huge predictions.
Considering the Bengals have won just six games in two years under Zac Taylor, making the playoffs would be enough to save Taylor’s job. It’ll be tough against this gauntlet of a division but if anyone can do it, it’s the one and only Joe Burrow.
Keep talking him up, Kay!