3 key observations from Joe Burrow in Week 7 win over Ravens
By Alex Austin
There is no panic when Joey Franchise is leading the team.
At the beginning of the second half against Baltimore, the Bengals could have seen things start slipping away. After a hard-fought first half, Cincinnati saw their lead disappear and were facing a deficit on the road to the favorites.
Rather than get discouraged or panicked, Burrow did exactly what he needed to do. He drove his team down and retook the lead.
Burrow did what the previous era of good Bengals teams was unable to do — Keep your cool. Play the game. Let the results show. Too many times the team lost their composure and made mistakes.
Burrow was unfazed by the crowd noise in one of the biggest games of the year so far. Moving forward this only bodes well for a team that is going to need to prove themselves in each game. Typically a new player comes into the league with a lot of confidence but has plenty of moments where the moments are too big for them.
Here is the thing about Joe Burrow — If there is a moment that is too big for him, he has yet to find it.